ami: "m0NESY is always ready to sacrifice himself for a common result"

The NAVI Junior coach Amiran "ami" Rehviashvili commented on the latest results of the team leader Ilya "m0NESY" Osipov. In a comment to, the coach of the youth squad noted that the 16-year-old Russian still has much to learn, despite the high level of play he is able to produce already.

He is still learning, but already knows where to look for frags, when to show aggression and when it is better to give the enemies a break. Of course, he is still young and makes mistakes, but with every game he gets better. At the same time he has to work hard and gain new knowledge, then in the future he will become an outstanding player.

In the same breath, Rehviashvili had a couple words on the personal qualities of the young esports athlete.

 m0NESY is always cheerful and positive. He has no ego at all and he is always ready to sacrifice himself for a common result, characteristics that are not common for such young players. He is now at such an age that it is important not to go off the right path, in professional esports there are a lot of temptations and it is important how he will accept them. Only time will tell, everything is in his hands, he is still very young and like any ordinary child he is still getting to know this world. Our goal is to help him. I like being around and watching him develop not only as a player, but also as a person.

m0NESY became the best player in the online stage of the first WePlay Academy League season for youth squads. The NAVI Junior sniper finished the event with a 1.65 rating, which is 0.41 more than that of his closest competitor Iulian "regali" Harjau from fnatic Rising.

It is worth noting that after a successful performance at WAL Season 1, Esports Transfers estimated the potential transfer of the NAVI Academy star at $336,000.