Natus Vincere's star player, Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev is receiving a full-length documentary which will be released in the month of August, with the date still not announced so far. The trailer of the documentary was released by Na'Vi yesterday, on 4th August across all their social media channels, which also marked s1mple's five-year anniversary with the Ukrainian organization. The documentary titled 'S1MPLE FORMULA' is going to be the first full-length documentary about the lethal marksmen, releasing for free on Natus Vincere's official YouTube channel sometime in August.
The organization further stated that they are planning to sell the next part of the documentary to Netflix, one of the most popular OTT (over-the-top) streaming platforms that requires a paid subscription.
Na'Vi to release first full-length documentary on s1mple in August
The Ukrainian organization celebrated the five-year anniversary of its star player s1mple yesterday, by dropping a surprise trailer about an upcoming full-length documentary, completely dedicated to him.
The 23-year-old is one of the most insanely talented CS:GO players to have ever played the game. He has shown immense growth since joining Na'Vi on 4th Aug 2016.
His performance inside the server has grown exponentially over the years, as he was rated as the best CS:GO player in the world by HLTV in 2018, following this he was named as the second-best player in 2019 and 2020 by the same portal.
The only thing that evades one of the best CS:GO players to have ever touched the game is a Major title, which might soon be ticked off s1mple's bucket list as Na'Vi is being touted as the favorites to win the upcoming PGL Major Stockholm 2021 this coming October.
This is not the first documentary released by Na'Vi. On 23rd March 2021, the Ukrainian organization has released a documentary dedicated to the entire CS:GO team called 'NAVI. Born to win'. Its premiere was held at Oktyabr (October) cinema center in Russia, while also being shown across multiple Russian cinemas (KARO cinema network) in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kazan, Kaliningrad, Samara, Yekaterinburg, Surgut, and Tyumen. After the theatre release, the documentary was then available on Russian OTT platforms like More.tv and Wink.