When Kevin “UNBELIVABLE” Rahu first began gaming at a young age, there’s no way he could have imagined that he’d one day be the captain of a world-class Paladins team. But that’s where his esports career has taken him so far. He got his start at age 10 with MMORPGs, but later became more interested in the FPS genre that he’s been locked into ever since. Once UNBELIVABLE picked up Paladins at the start of 2016, it sparked a new sense of competition he hadn’t felt before. “Paladins is my first game where I really wanted to become one of the best and be as competitive as possible,” he says.
With a can-do attitude and a heavy preference for support-oriented champions, UNBELIVABLE kicked off his competitive career during the Paladins Invitational at HRX 2017. Although he started off as a substitute for District 69, it wasn’t long before he was picked up by Natus Vincere and started making waves in the EU circuit -- and just one year later at HRX 2018, UNBELIVABLE was at the helm of Na’Vi as they took home the Paladins World Championship title.
In spite of UNBELIVABLE’s predilection for support-heavy picks, his favorite champion in the Realm (and the first he ever wanted to master) is Pip. Although Pip is lacking as a healer, UNBELIVABLE says that he’s still one of the deadliest champions out there, thanks to his ability to “gain positional advantage and burst the enemy down” when left to his own devices.
|2018-11-17||3 - 4th||Tier 1||Paladins World Championship 2018||1 : 4||$30,000|
|2018-11-10||1st||Qualifier||Paladins World Championship 2018 - Qualifier||2 : 1||$0|
|2018-07-21||5 - 6th||Tier 1||Paladins Summer Finals 2018||0 : 2||$4,000|
|2018-05-20||1st||Tier 1||Paladins Masters Spring 2018||4 : 2||$40,000|
|2018-05-06||4th||Tier 1||Esport Superstars: Paladins||0 : 2||$6,000|
|2018-04-21||2nd||Tier 1||PPL Europe Spring 2018||6/2||Grp. S.||$0|
|2018-01-07||1st||Tier 1||Paladins World Championship DreamHack 2018||4 : 0||$0|
|2017-11-19||1st||Qualifier||Paladins World Championship DreamHack 2018 - Qualifier||4 : 1||$0|
|2017-04-08||5 - 6th||Tier 1||Paladins Masters Spring 2017||1 : 3||$4,000|
|2017-01-08||2nd||Tier 1||Paladins Invitational 2017||3 : 4||$35,000|
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