Dendi leaves Natus Vincere

Aug 10 2019 1 min read

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Danil "Dendi" Ishutin is no longer a member of the Natus Vincere family. He will continue his career as a free agent. Danil appealed to the management with a request to terminate the contract, and the club released him from contractual obligations.

Dendi played for NAVI since 2010. He won at first The International with the team and took part in 1507 matches with the NAVI club.

Danil joined the Russian-language casting studio: he will be an analyst at The International 2019. He will tell about further plans after the end of the tournament in his personal Twitter account. The legendary player has given only this comment at the time:

Together with NAVI, I’ve come a long way, with many ups and downs. I’ve made an incredible number of friends, many of whom I’m still in touch with. An unthinkable amount of fond memories. For me, it’s a huge part of my life and NAVI is in my veins: 8 years of action! But I have new achievements ahead of me. I appreciate and hug everyone, I’ll see you around!


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