Currently living in Finland, Natus Vincere's Captain Kevin 'UNBELIVABLE' Rahu dived into a life of gaming early with MMORPG's at the age of 10. A few years later, Rahu's interest was drawn more towards the First Person Shooter genre, and he's been locked there ever since. Rahu started playing Paladins in January 2016, and says "Paladins is my first game where I really wanted to become one of the best and be as competitive as possible" and takes this drive in his stride, favouring support-orientated Champions that help the team - an attitude that appropriately fits their role as Captain.
Rahu's competitive career in Paladins took off during the Hi-Rez Expo Invitational of 2017 where he joined the team 'District 69' as a substitute for the LAN event. Following this, Rahu has maintained a high-profile position within the European Paladins esports scene and continues to make waves within the region.
Rahu's favourite Champion is Pip. The first Champion he really wanted to master, he cites Pip as "one of the deadliest Champions out there in the Realm", saying "even though Pip lacks as a healer, his ability to gain positional advantage and burst the enemy down if left alone is very powerful".