Virtus. Pro has announced that it has replaced its entire Counter-Strike: Global Offensive rosters and has selected AVANGAR as its runner-up on the Berlin Major StarLadder.
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Because their all-Polish lists have been dominating power by dragging teams and consistently entering the later stages of the turnouts, Virtus. Pro became affiliated with Counter-Strike.
In 2014, they won their first CSGO Major at EMS One Katowice, but they haven’t been able to climb the mountain again after closing on several occasions. Their line-up has drifted after blasting out of the ELEAGUE Boston Cup, with iconic names pashaBiceps, NEO, Snax, Byali and TaZ going on to new pastures.
Since then, the legendary VP collection has gone its own direction.
As the company took on new blood and sought to recapture its old form with different formations–even in contrast to the whole Polish culture–it did not work out quite entirely and led them to a greater restructuring.
As early as 16 December, Avangar’s most recent team, the all-CIS grouping that was recently introduced as the BLAST Pro series: Moscow champion, will be added to the latest-look VP roster, previously reported by Dbltap-based Jarek ‘ DeKay ‘ Lewis.
It means that the fans of Virtus. Pro are happy to meet Dzhami ‘ Jame’ Ali, Dauren ‘ AdreN’ Kystaubayev, Sanyar’ SANJI’ Kuliev, Alexey’ Qikert’ and Timur ‘ breaker’ Tulepov.
The Virtus. Pro team debut isn’t all this far away as EPICENTER 2019, which kicks off Moscow on Tuesday 17 December, confirms that it’s not all that far off.
While top teams including Evil Geniuses, Natus Vincere and Team Vitality compete, a new-look victory would be a major success for the group. Since the EPICENTER 2017 launch where they finished second, Virtus. Pro has had no impressive result at any international event.
The latest lineup of Virtus. Pro is comprised of: