Flamie Allegedly Receives Invite From Popular Rapper to Join New CS:GO Team
Flamie may already be getting offers from different parties!
It seems long-standing Na'Vi rifler Egor "flamie" Vasilev who was recently announced as a free agent by the Ukrainian organization has already started attracting offers. The 24-year-old has allegedly been invited to joining a new upcoming CS:GO team which is being formed by popular Russian rapper Egor Kreed, according to a report by Alexey "OverDrive" Biryukov.
This comes just a day after flamie was announced as a free agent, with Na'Vi stating that he is bound to play with the Academy roster in the upcoming WePlay Academy League Season 2, following which he is free to take up any offer that comes his way.
The organization hopes to use his experience as a learning process for the Na'Vi Junior players, while also using the platform to showcase flamie's skill to interested parties.
Russian rapper plans to create a CS:GO team for which flamie has allegedly been invited
Egor Creed is a popular Russian rapper and singer-songwriter who also loves playing games, casually streaming on Twitch every now and then. As a matter of fact, Creed was part of a CS:GO showmatch organized by Russian streamer Vyacheslav "buster" Leont'ev which had taken place in 2020.
Now we are making an esports organization. We have found five CS: GO players, hired a manager, and a coach. I have very cool guys who play CS:GO on a professional level, but they don't have a team. We decided to help these guys out.Egor Creed
: The above has been translated from Russian to English, courtesy of cyber.sports.ru
While no information about this lineup was officially revealed by Creed, OverDrive has come forward with a report alleging that the CS:GO lineup gathered by the rap artist is as follows,
Ilya "fANDER" Bagreev
Vadim "h1glaiN" Tanasyuk
Sergey "airscape" Marochkin
Dmitry "propleh" Senigov
Egor "flamie" Vasilev
David "dave" Tereshin - Coach
As per OverDrive, flamie had received an invitation from Creed to be a part of his CS:GO roster. At the time of writing this article there has been no talk about this from any of the parties involved.
For now, flamie will be seen in action along with Na'Vi Junior at the yet announced WePlay Academy League Season 2. The platform serving as a way for flamie to showcase his skill to interested parties, while also imparting some knowledge to the younger players.