NAVI Junior player Daniil ‘headtr1ck’ Valitov will bootcamp with the main team ahead of the BLAST Premier Fall Groups as Aleksandr ‘s1mple’ Kostyliev is in doubt for the tournament, Dexerto has learned.\n\n\n\nThe 18-year-old is traveling to the team\u2019s bootcamp location and will step in for s1mple if needed as the two-time CS:GO player of the year could miss the BLAST Premier Fall Groups due to personal reasons.\n\n\n\nEarlier on August 13, s1mple teased fans with an Instagram story that contained the following message: \u201cBig announcement soon\u201d.\n\n\nWePlayheadtr1ck (right) has been a standout player for NAVI Junior\n\n\nheadtr1ck is no stranger to NAVI\u2019s main team. Earlier this year, he played three matches for NAVI at ESL Pro League Season 15 as a replacement for Kirill ‘Boombl4’ Mikhailov, who had returned a positive test ahead of the event. He averaged a 0.97 HLTV rating as NAVI beat AGO, Evil Geniuses and Complexity in the group stage of the tournament.\n\n\n\nheadtr1ck is one of the two academy players that NAVI have registered as substitutes for the BLAST Premier Fall Groups alongside Andrii ‘nipl’ Kukharskyi. He was a standout player in NAVI Junior\u2019s 5th-6th place run in WePlay Academy League Season 5 with a team-high 1.24 HLTV rating.\n\n\n\nNAVI have been placed in Group B of the BLAST Premier Fall Groups, alongside Complexity, G2 and Team Liquid. The team will run from August 19 to August 28, with six spots at the Fall Final up for grabs.