S1mple Gives a Shoutout to Haters After ESL Pro League S14 Win, Appreciates Fans
You can hate s1mple, but you simply can't ignore him.
Natus Vincere has cemented themselves as one of the favourites to win the upcoming CS:GO Major following its victory at ESL Pro League Season 14, as it also became the winners of Intel Grand Slam Season 3. Na'Vi star player and the MVP (Most Valuable Player) of the tournament, Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev was extremely happy, dedicating this victory to his father while stating that he is fired up for the PGL Major Stockholm 2021 as it is planned to take place in the presence of a live audience.
Not only this, the lethal marksmen also had some words for his haters along with some heartfelt appreciation for all the fans who have stuck by them and supported them on their journey so far.
S1mple slams haters with witty response after ESL Pro League Season 14 win
Na'Vi had a lot at stake going into the grand finals against Vitality and despite being a mighty close affair, they were able to walk away as the champions. The whole team stood up to the occasion and s1mple had nothing but kind words for them all, but the ones that he wanted to deliver a clear statement to were the haters.
Calling for some new haters as the old ones had already turned into his fans, s1mple was confident when delivering this statement. Unlike last time, he kept it short, focussing more on the fans and supporters of Na'Vi as he went on to say that,
I need new haters, the old ones became my fans. But I don't want to talk about haters, I want to talk about fans. I love Na'Vi fans, I love CS fans. Thanks everyone for watching this game.Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev - Interview with ESL
One could see how much this victory meant to s1mple, who was elated for the way the team had practiced during the month-long boot camp, translating it perfectly into a crucial victory for the side.
The 23-year-old expressed that he is fired up and so excited along with the whole Na'Vi lineup for the upcoming CS:GO Major, which is planned to take place in front of a live audience.
All eyes will be on Natus Vincere at the upcoming CS:GO Major as they have shaped themselves to be one of the favorites to watch out for at the upcoming tournament. It will be interesting to see if s1mple will be able to claim his maiden Major title or not in Stockholm later this year.