One of the most titled players in the world in Quake becomes a player of the Belarusian cyber sport organization Nemiga Gaming. On the signing of Alexei Cypher Yanushevsky and his team-mate from Poland Maciej Av3k Kshikovsky team announced in their social networks. And now he shares his first interview with his newcomers.
– The guys are very determined and already in early October they fly to Bucharest, where they will participate in the PGL Quake Champions Open. Well, we have to root for them with all our heart, – stressed in the organization.
In recent years, Alexey has no luck with disciplines. For some time he played in Overwatch for the ANOX team, but gained wide popularity and recognition as an e-sports game in the CIS.
– Overwatch I really, really like, and I dream that OWL in the second season will come to Europe and it will capture more players, – said Cypher in an interview with the portal Cybersport.ru . ” Then I’ll do my best to get there.” Overwatch for me was a direct native game – I met so many people, I played in so many teams, for me it was the first serious timpleyny experience.
With the release of Quake Champions guy in June 2017, the team signed Virtus.pro. But a year later the contract between the player and the team was terminated by mutual consent. Apparently, the Russians lost interest in the discipline, which so far can not find its niche in the era of team games. Alexei was forced to miss the last two biggest QC championships on QuakeCon because of difficulties with obtaining a visa to enter the US.
After leaving Virtus.pro, Alexei said in an interview that he was not completely sure whether he wanted to continue playing Quake, he told that he plays a lot in Fortnite: “Or go to some managerial positions, learn cybersport out of games. Of course, there were organizations, there is some action, but everything is vague. “
The last at the moment tournament for Alexey was BEAT Invitational, held in June this year. There, the guy took first place, having beaten Nikita clawz Marczynski in the final, who in turn won the duet tournament at QuakeCon, and later the player of the Myztro Gaming team.