CS: GO prodigy from Russia, Ilya “m0NESY” Osipov, who was on the list of the Natus Vincere Academy, turned out to be a good player. There is growing interest in him, as he consistently delivers incredible performances one after the other.
Two seasons of the WePlay Academy League (WAL) have proven to be really fruitful for m0NESY’s career, helping him to attract a lot of attention from other organizations.
Personally, m0NESY thinks that since he’s competed in two LAN tournaments and put in so much effort in the past two months, he’s ready to compete in the CS:GO ‘Tier 1’ round, like an interview with HLTV.
Prodigy CS: GO NAVI m0NESY confidently competes in round 1
Only 14 years old, m0NESY managed to qualify for FACEIT Pro League. That was the first time the CS:GO community knew about him. Since then, he has grown at an exponential rate to become the academy’s breakout CS:GO player. offered by NAVI to interested organizations.
However, m0NESY has revealed that it will be difficult for him to leave Russia for half a year, according to a recent interview with HLTV. Even a two-month warm-up in Kyiv, Ukraine is quite a bit for a 16-year-old boy who is already starting to feel homesick “so many, so much”.
These can be considered big red flags for m0NESY’s career growth, but nothing has dampened his morale. When asked about competing in the tier 1 round, the talented AWPer confidently backed his skills by saying,
If this wasn’t enough, m0NESY confidently asserted that he possesses both a solid aim and a good understanding of the game. With a little more time, he’ll be perfect for round 1.
Current NAVI star player and one of the best CS:GO players in the world, Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev, also noticed the young player and gave him some advice about how to progress with your career. Eyes will be on m0NESY to see the decisions he makes in the future as they could prove to be very important in the long run.
https://afkgaming.com/csgo/news/navi-junior-m0nesy-thinks-he-is-ready-to-compete-in-tier-1-csgo NAVI Junior m0NESY thinks he’s ready for the CS:GO Level 1 Circuit