Na’Vi CS:GO Documentary Releasing in March Will be Shown in Russian Cinemas
- A documentary on Na'Vi CS:GO team called 'NAVI. Born to win' is about to release across Russia later this month.
- The documentary will be premiered on 23 March at the Oktyabr (October) cinema center in Russia, followed by a release across multiple Russian cinemas on 25 March.
- This film will be based on the journey taken by Na'Vi to win IEM Katowice 2020, the challenges faced by them on the way, and much more.
Natus Vincere’s CS:GO documentary called ‘NAVI. Born to win’ is all set to release later this month. The premiere of the documentary film is scheduled for 23 March and will be held at the Oktyabr (October) cinema center, Russia. This will be followed by the documentary being shown across multiple Russian cinemas (KARO cinema network) in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kazan, Kaliningrad, Samara, Yekaterinburg, Surgut and Tyumen, starting 25 March. The CS:GO documentary will feature Natus Vincere’s journey through a rough period, leading to their victory at IEM Katowice 2020. Na’Vi players Egor “flamie” Vasilev and Denis “electronic” Sharipov will be the special guests at the premiere.
Na'Vi CS:GO documentary releases in March across Russia
A documentary on the Na’Vi CS:GO team is all set to release later this month. It will be featuring members of the current lineup, including their head coach Andrii “B1ad3“ Gorodenskyi, retired Na’Vi IGL Danylo “Zeus” Teslenkoteam, and team manager Eugene “Ugin” Yerofeyev.
‘NAVI. Born to win’ will be based on the team’s journey to winning IEM Katowice 2020. It will depict the true emotions of what the victory meant to the organization, the difficulties they had to overcome on their way to making it a reality, and a look into the lives of Na’Vi CS:GO players outside of the game.
The premiere is scheduled for 23 March, followed by a release across Russian cinemas in selected cities (mentioned above) on 25 March. After this launch, the documentary will then be available on Russian OTT (over-the-top) platforms like More.tv and Wink. It is unclear at this point in time if the documentary will be available in English or not, more information on this might be released at a later date.
As per a report by Winstrike Agency, ‘NAVI. Born to win’ is being made by renowned television and film professionals like Leila Nedorosleva (Director), Andrei Dergachev (Sound Engineer), and Ruslan Fedotov (Cameraman). The trailer although mostly in Russian, looking compelling and really well made.
The documentary will be launched on the same day as the highly anticipated Dota 2 anime ‘Dota: Dragon's Blood’ which will be released internationally on Netflix. With the high profile names involved in the production of ‘NAVI. Born to win’ which will be showcasing the story of the most popular CIS based esports organization, the expectations are high and so is the excitement.