Na’Vi IGL Boombl4 Comments on flamie’s Tilted Mood Against AGO


Na’Vi IGL Boombl4 Comments on flamie’s Tilted Mood Against AGO

Aditya Singh Rawat
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  • Boombl4 talks about flamie's tilted behavior against AGO.
  • After the match flamie walked off rudely without shaking Perfecto's hand.
  • Na'Vi will be playing their last match of the group stage tomorrow.

Ukrainian esports organization Na’Vi has been having a great time so far at ESL Pro League Season 12 - Europe, they currently stand second on the ‘Group-A’ leaderboard with 3 wins and just 1 loss to their name. But their last match against AGO which took place day before yesterday resulted in Egor “flamie” Vasilev getting tilted in-game which saw him walk off right after the match and in the process rudely ignore a handshake offered by Ilya “Perfecto” Zalutskiy.

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Boombl4 Comments On flamie’s Rude Behavior

Na’Vi in-game leader Boombl4 while giving a post-match interview was asked a question by Chad "SPUNJ" Burchill about flamie and how the overall mood at the Bootcamp was like following the above-mentioned incident. 

Replying to the question the 21-year-old replied by saying, “I think flamie is fine. He may have been a little bit tilted for like 10 minutes, but now he is fine.” With this everything became clear that flamie was not upset with anyone in particular as many were pointing out and it was simply a moment of emotional outburst.

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Throughout the second map on Nuke, flamie was not in the right mood which is evident by the clip attached below in which he can be seen taking off his headphones to explain something to his teammates in a very animated manner.

Despite Na’Vi pulling back into the game in the second half and winning the map, flamie did not feel that rush of excitement as he was still pretty tilted and simply walked off to cool himself. Let’s see if Na’Vi can end the group stage with a win as they play their last match against OG tomorrow.

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.