Virtus.pro

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The Defense Season 3 DreamLeague Season 3 Esportal Dota 2 League
History
Created:
2003
Recent Player Trades:
2015-04-15: Virtus.Pro rebrand their Polar squad as Virtus.Pro

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Overview[edit]

Virtus.pro is a professional gaming organization based in Russia.

The organization was represented by more than 50 players. Since 2003 they have won more than 100 gold, 170 silver and 220 bronze medals in more than 10 esports disciplines.[1]

They added their women's team on September 5, 2012.[2] They added Virtus.Pro Polar on September 18, 2014 [3]

Player Roster[edit]

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Active[edit]

Active Squad
ID Name Position Join Date
Russia Illidan Ilya Pivcaev 1 2015-04-15 [4]
Russia G Sergey Bragin 2 2015-04-15 [4]
Ukraine DkPhobos Alexander Kucheria 3 2015-04-15 [4]
Ukraine Lil Ilya Ilyuk 4 2015-04-15 [4]
Belarus fng Captain Artem Barshak 5 2015-04-15 [4]


Active[edit]

Active Squad
ID Name Position Join Date
Belarus Mila Mila Alieva 1 2012-09-05 [2]
Russia KozaDereza Captain Olga Dunaeva 2 2012-09-05 [2]
Russia Jea1ousy Darya Jiltsova 3 2012-09-05 [2]
Russia Vendetta Veronika Albasheeva 4 2012-09-05 [2]
Russia b2ru Yana Himchenko 5 2012-09-05 [2]


Organization[edit]

ID Name Position
Russia Sneg1 Anton Cherepennikov CEO
Israel Diver233 Sergey Pisotsky Global Team Manager
Russia KozaDereza Olga Dunaeva PR Manager
Russia NorTan Yuri Timofeev Programmer
Russia NS Yaroslav Kuznetsov Analyst
Ukraine b2ru Yana Himchenko Reporter
Russia drAmer Gregory Faleev Dota 2 Manager

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