[Watch] flamie Rudely Ignores Perfecto’s Handshake After Victory


[Watch] flamie Rudely Ignores Perfecto’s Handshake After Victory

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Na’Vi is having a great time at the currently ongoing ESL Pro League Season 12 - Europe, improving their rank to stand second on the ‘Group-A’ leaderboard following their ‘2-0’ victory against AGO yesterday. But despite their win, the mood at the Bootcamp was not all perfect and happy as Egor "flamie" Vasilev in his emotionally charged state straight up ignored a direct handshake offered by Ilya "Perfecto" Zalutskiy right after Na’Vi had defeated AGO.

Flamie Ignores Perfecto’s Handshake After Na’Vi Beat AGO

After Na’Vi had secured the first game on Mirage with a comfortable scoreline of ‘16-9’ they proceeded to play the next game on their own map pick Nuke. But things were not exactly favouring Na’Vi as AGO going into the 13th round was up by four rounds and the Ukrainian side was feeling the pressure.

It was at the end of this round which Na’Vi lost that flamie could be seen taking off his headphones and explaining something to his teammates present at the Bootcamp in a bit of an irritated mood.

Flamie was in a mad mood following this round as Na’Vi clawed their way back into the game in the second half, a huge seven-round streak enabled them to reach the map point before finally winning the game and with it the series. 

Perfecto quickly got up from his chair to celebrate the victory with his teammates but unfortunately, Flamie was still irritated and not in the mood as he straight up ignored Perfecto’s handshake to leave the room. Perfecto tried to grab him by the arm but Flamie was emotionally charged and not even remotely in the mood to celebrate.

Hope everything is well and good in the Na’Vi Bootcamp as they face OG in their last group stage match on Sunday. Things like these keep happening in the server and sometimes even the best of them lose their cool to unintentionally act out in a manner they did not mean to. Let’s see if Na’Vi can finish it off with a win or not.

Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.