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Russian rapper allegedly invites flamie to join new CS:GO team

Egor “flamie” Vasilev has already started attracting offers.

NAVI’s long-standing rifler, Egor “flamie” Vasilev who recently was announced as a free agent has allegedly been invited to joining a new upcoming CS:GO team which is being created by a popular Russian rapper named Egor Kreed, according to a report by Alexey “OverDrive” Biryukov.

The 24-year-old Russian is at the moment bound to play with NAVI’s Academy roster in the yet announced WePlay Academy League Season 2, following which he is free to take up any offer. The Ukrainian organization hopes to use his in-game experience as a learning process for the youngsters in the Academy roster, all while flamie can showcase his skills to interested parties.

In a video hosted by a Russian YouTube channel, Egor Creed reportedly said that he plans on forming a new esports organization, which flamie is allegedly been invited to join.

“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

While no official information about the roster was revealed by the rapper, OverDrive has come forward with a report alleging that the lineup by Egor Creed will look as follows:

Egor “flamie” Vasilev

Ilya “fANDER” Bagreev

Vladim “h1glaiN” Tanasyuk

Dmitry “propleh” Senigov

Sergey “airscape” Marochkin

David “dave” Tereshin (Coach)

There has been no official statement from any of the parties involved yet.

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