JL Rules Out Communication Problems At NAVI

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JL Rules Out Communication Problems At NAVI

Language barrier will not be a problem for Justinas “jL” Lekavicius following his move to Natus Vincere 

Justinas “jL” Lekavicius, the new Natus Vincere rifler, will not have any problems communicating with his new teammate. The Lithuanian has recently revealed in a Twitch stream that he can speak Russian so it would not be a problem to communicate with the likes of Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyljev and Valerij “b1t” Vakhovsjkyj. 

JL Rules Out Communication Problems At NAVI

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“I don’t know what language we will speak if we stay in the game with s1mple and b1t,” JL said in his stream. “I’m ready for Russian, it won’t be a problem for me. Already did this with Woro2k in MAD Lions.”

NaVi made headlines on June 30th by revealing their refreshed CS:GO lineup. Joining forces with jL are Ivan “iM” Mihai and Aleksi “Aleksib” Virolainen, both of whom bring experience from their stints at GamerLegion and Ninjas in Pyjamas. Denis “electroNic” Sharipov, Ilya “Perfecto” Zalutsky, and Andrey “bpl” Kukharsky, on the other hand, left the organization in pursuit of new challenges. 

Adding a touch of humor to the team's camaraderie, jL playfully involved Alexander “s1mple” Kostylev, the team's renowned sniper. In a jestful manner, jL shared a light-hearted contract that jokingly obligated him to always find common ground with s1mple, affectionately referring to him as the revered “God of NaVi.”

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