Natus Vincere’s star participant Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev has lastly spoken about whether or not he’s switching over to Valorant or not. In his 29 March Twitch stream, s1mple lastly answered the query which has been driving the CS:GO group loopy for the previous few days. Ever for the reason that Ukrainian began streaming Valorant the place he even managed to acquire the ‘Immortal’ rank, a hearsay has been circulating that s1mple could be on the verge of shifting to Valorant. The 23-year-old lastly acknowledged this gossip by answering the next query put forth by a viewer, “Would you actually stop CS to play Valorant?”
S1mple talks about switching to Valorant
Probably the greatest CS:GO gamers on the earth s1mple, has began the 2021 aggressive CS:GO season sturdy by serving to Na’Vi safe consecutive wins at BLAST Premier: World Closing 2020 and BLAST Premier: Spring Teams 2021. He has been doing rather well individually, ending the group stage of the at present ongoing ESL Professional League Season 13 because the second-best performing participant, as per HLTV ranking.
Regardless of doing so nicely in CS:GO, rumours have began doing the rounds lately that s1mple could be contemplating a change to Valorant, largely due to his a number of Valorant streams. As the strain across the subject was growing, the Na’Vi AWPer determined to step ahead and dismiss these speculations himself by stating the next,
“Pay attention! If I have been Astralis (Danish CS:GO workforce) that has received four Majors, I might most likely give it some thought you recognize. However now I’ve zero Majors, so I’ll preserve grinding.”
It’s clear from this response that s1mple has no motivation to stop CS:GO and change to Valorant. As a substitute, he’s decided to win a CS:GO Main together with Na’Vi, possibly this is able to come true with the upcoming PGL Main Stockholm 2021 which is scheduled to happen from Oct 2021 onwards.
S1mple is again to streaming CS:GO for now and has began grinding the FPL (FACEIT Professional League) as soon as once more, as Na’Vi is all set to go up in opposition to Complexity of their opening match of the ESL Professional League Season 13 – Playoffs scheduled to happen on three April 2021.