NAVI completes VALORANT roster
The club signed No Pressure players
NAVI esports club signed No Pressure VALORANT team. This decision was influenced by their results at the . The guys beat forZe twice (5-1), secured second place, and earned a slot in the playoffs of the season, where the top four teams will book their tickets to the VCT Masters 3 in Berlin, an analog of the CS:GO Major tournament.
The former players of the Worst Players mix created No Pressure; later Kirill “Cloud” Nekhozhin, the NAVI's first VALORANT player, joined them .
Before VALORANT, Artur “7ssk7” Kiurshyn played Fortnite professionally for Virtus.pro. He was one of the best CIS players, having earned over $160,000 during his career. Vladyslav “arch” Svistov joined the discipline from CS:GO. He used to play for Team Spirit, k1ck eSports Club, EXTREMUM, and other teams.
Denis “dinkzj” Tkachev is considered to be a dominant player in the CIS region. He was the first player in the world to reach the VALORANT rank during the beta test last May. Further, he played in various teams together with ANGE1 for a long time.
Mikhail “Duno” Fokin, like Cloud, played Warface professionally in the past. As a member of CrowCrowd.AG and PogChamp, he became the champion of the most prestigious Warface Open Cup tournament twice and reached the top 3 in other LAN events.
In addition to the players, coach Dmitry “SmartSeven” Smartselau and analyst Nick “Dracon” Andreev joined NAVI. Previously, SmartSeven played for EveryBodyDance and forZe, but decided to focus on coaching. His strategies and tactical advice helped the team a lot during the last championship. Dracon is an analyst, host, and commentator working at official tournaments from Riot Games. He is well aware of the professional scene and has a great understanding of the playability of certain rivals.
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NAVI VALORANT roster:
Kirill “Cloud” Nekhozhin 
Vladyslav “arch” Svistov 
Denis “dinkzj” Tkachev 
Artur “7ssk7” Kiurshyn 
Mikhail “Duno” Fokin 
Dmitry “SmartSeven” Smartselau — coach 
Vlad “TheVs” Moroz — manager