Counter Strike: Global Offensive
Ioann "Edward" Sukhariev
Ladislav "GuardiaN" Kovacs
Denis "seized" Kostin
Denis got into eSports a long time ago. His first teams formed back when people played Counter-Strike 1.6, playing for fbgaming, USSR, and place2play. Moreover, he, as well as kibaken, has been an active participant in Moscow's eSports community. He has participated in many tournaments playing for and against different teams, where he honed his skills; both as a solo player and as a team coordinator. Seized and the USSR team reached the MSiBeatit! Russian quarterfinals in 2011 and won Tech labs Cup Ukraine with place2play. In the last LAN- tournament in CS 1.6, ASUS Final Battle of the year, Denis and his 12.12.12 reached the semifinals.
When Na'Vi was looking to fill their two vacant places, seized's candidature was not even debated. Earlier, Denis had often substituted for a missing player on the team. He played in online leagues as a replacement for Markelov. Largely, it was Kostin who persuaded the team to invite Kibaken to join. Kostin and Kibaken had known each other for quite a while by that time. Seized has, recently, become a captain. As a player he is well-rounded. He can, at any moment, take AWP and fulfill the role of second sniper; which he often does. His main task is to coordinate the team in the right direction without fail. On all the teams he used to play for, he played a commanding role. Doing that is the reason why Denis has so much experience.
His teammates are amazed with his directness and confidence with which Denis reaches his goals. He is definitely talented. He’s the youngest player on the team. Denis likes to spend his spare time with his friends watching interesting movies. As a child, he played volleyball and once won the Russian championship in his age group.
Egor "flamie" Vasilyev
Notwithstanding flamie is very young, he has already played in many CIS teams. Flamie's career was subsequent and fast. He played in USSR, dAT Team and HellRaisers. Though he didn't manage to win important tournaments with the above mentioned teams, he showed his performance and was noted by serious organizations. ESL One Cologne 2014 (played in dAT Team) and ESL One Katowice 2015 (in HellRaisers) were his first big tournaments.
Flamie joined the Born to Win in March 2015, having replaced Sergey "starix" Ischuk. Initially, Egor was to undergo a test period, which coincided with SLTV XII finals. He made over 40 frags at de_dust2 in a game against TSM, which enabled the team to win the map, even the score and as a result to defeat the Danes. Having successfully passed the test period, Egor became the player of the team.
Flamie was to increase the power of the team due to his individual skill and shooting, which he actually did. Today we witness many teams being frightened by Egor and trying to prevent the direct skirmishes in game.
Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev
Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev is a young but very capable rifler with unbelievable potential to be unleashed, who appeared on the horizon of the professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive scene a few years ago. Having started as a very talented but inexperienced Ukrainian player, he swiftly evolved into one of the superstars of the game.
Throughout his professional career, s1mple has played on several different teams, including dAT Team, HellRaisers, FlipSide Tactics, Evolution and Worst_Players, but his real time to shine came after he joined Team Liquid. Alongside these players, Oleksandr took part in a couple of large world championships and secured silver at ESL One Cologne 2016.
The list of s1mple’s greatest strengths features consistent aim and in-game aggression which enable him to take down opponents easily. He has a burning desire to win and does not pay attention to names, status or past achievements of his rivals in the process. In the community, he is known as not only a powerful pro player, but also as a streamer, whose broadcasts attract thousands of viewers daily.