Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev adds yet another Most Valuable Player award by HLTV.org to his collection after his triumph in Lisbon, Portugal where Na’Vi outed Team Vitality in the Grand Finals. s1mple averaged a 2.0 rating of 1.37 across 12 maps at the Altice Arena.
The Ukrainian organization played phenomenal, let alone the fact that saw Denis “electroNic” Sharipov take up the In-game leader reigns while sdy had to fill up for Kirill “Boombl4” Mikhaylov whom Na’Vi parted ways with a few weeks back.
s1mple and his men had only lost to OG Esports in the event’s opening match-up with their backs against the wall when they had to lock horns with BIG in the elimination bracket.
This feat of s1mple’s makes him the first ever player to surpass Nicolai “device” Reedtz who currently holds 19 MVP trophies under his belt.
The BLAST Premier Spring Finals was indeed the best ever championship secured by Natus Vincere under the guidance of s1mple and electroNic with the former racking up an overall KPR of 0.88 thanks to the statistics powered by HLTV.org on his profile.
s1mple’s next challenge would be the forthcoming IEM Cologne 2022 where Natus Vincere ponder upon settling on their final piece to the roster puzzle but are rumored to retain sdy as suggested by the undertaker himself.