Na’vi enters Apex Legends with former Quake players

The players have impressive backgrounds in Quake.

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Na’vi is the latest organization to recruit an Apex Legends roster, signing former Quake players Alexei “cYpheR” Yanushevsky and Nikita “clawz” Marchinsky.

The organization has only announced two players, though it has confirmed that a third will be revealed at a later date. The duo it’s signed are no strangers to competing at a high level, though.

“Apex Legends is a new title on the esports scene,” Na’vi’s Apex┬áLegends manager Aleksandr Kravchuk said. “It is currently establishing itself, making the first steps on the arena. The near future is not going to be easy: thanks to Andrii Gorodenskyi and Yevhen Zolotarov for their faith.”

CYpher has won approximately $119,381 in his esports career, having competed in Quake 2, Quake 4, Quake Live, and Quake Champions for prominent names such as Fnatic and

Clawx, on the other hand, recently represented Myztro Gaming in Quake Champions and was once part of Team 2z, winning $300,000 at Quake World Championship: Sacrifice in 2017.

Despite a plethora of high-profile brands recruiting budding competitors, Respawn Entertainment has yet to announce an official competitive push for the game. Na’vi’s new Apex┬áLegends will debut at TwitchCon from April 13 to 14, however.