British analyst joins Natus Vincere’s League of Legends team

Enclave Gaming analyst Danny "Wolf" Brain has left the UK team to join established Ukranian esports organisation Natus Vincere (Na'Vi).

Na'Vi are well known for their CSGO team and are now looking to push their League of Legends team forward.

The Na'Vi LoL roster is as follows:

  • Simon "Zvene" Svensson - top
  • Ruslan "Gumbeq" Pozdnyakov - jungle
  • Sebastian "niQ" Robak - mid
  • Vladyslav "aMiracle" Shcherbyna - ADC
  • Artur "Skash" Ermolaev - support
  • Egor Erokhin - sub
  • Kristoffer "Utama" Odland - coach
  • Danny "Wolf" Brain - analyst

Na'Vi plays in the Continental League (LCL) which is a tournament for the Russian/CIS region. It includes teams such as Virtus.Pro, Gambit Gaming and M19, which recently acquired the Albus Nox Luna roster who played at Worlds 2016 and secured substantial investment.

Wolf will remain in the UK and work remotely with Na'Vi.

Wolf told Esports News UK how he joined Na'Vi.

"It's kind of a funny story really - I was offered a trial spot at Dark Passage by ex-coach Windjammer.

"Na'Vi's coach Utama then caught wind of my trial and invited me to have a joint trial there. So I did both trials side by side and got paid offers from both Na'Vi and Dark Passage on the same day.

 

"It's a great feeling to be a part of such a large and reputable organisation, but it's a shame that I can't move to Moscow to live with the players due to college commitments."

"I got the role mainly through good rapport with coaches I worked with in the past, and a reputation that precedes me. It's a great feeling to be a part of such a large and reputable organisation.

"It's a shame that I can't move to Moscow to live with the players though due to college commitments.

"My aims for the team are ultimately to get invited to MSI and Worlds - starting with the matches against M19 and Virtus Pro - but it will be a difficult journey."

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