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Natus Vincere’s Alex “ZeroGravity “ Kokhanovskyy has just released on Twitter that their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team has pulled out of this weekend’s Copenhagen Games. The move comes after a rough day for the team at the event. It started with a miscommunication between the team and the tournament admins, and now there has been a conflict in score reporting which saw Na’Vi drop from the groups into the lower bracket of the tournament.
Na`Vi pulled out from CPH Games. More to follow in next 10 minutes on our webiste.— Alex Kokhanovskyy (@zerogravity_ua) March 29, 2013
Alex aims to have some news on the organisation’s website within the next few minutes. We’ll keep you updated here at ESPlanet.net!
Since the last message on his Twitter, Alex has since hinted that the organisation will be starting an E-Sports Teams Association. Could we see the return of something like the G7? And will it be successful?
Na`VI to initiate the creation of E-sports Teams Association. NO MORE SUCKERS IN E-SPORTS FROM NOW ON!— Alex Kokhanovskyy (@zerogravity_ua) March 29, 2013