Virtus.pro

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Virtus.pro
Team Information
Location: Russia Russia
Manager: Andrey "FUki" Kirukin
Team Captain: Artem "sLivko" Garavtsov
Sponsor: APC by Schneider Electric
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Links
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Player Breakdown
Number of Players:

0

History
Created: 2011-12-01
Disbanded: 2014-07-01 (SC2)


The date "2014-07-01 (SC2)" was not understood.


Overview[edit]

Virtus.pro is a very old Russian e-sports organization, mostly famous for their team in Counter-Strike 1.6 and their now disbanded, once world dominating DotA team.

The team was created November 1, 2003, as a Moscow-based Counter-Strike squad. A few years later, a Need for Speed division was picked up, and May 2007 a DotA team as well. Their CS squad has reached several achievements over the years, and Virtus.pro is probably still to many associated with "Vigoss", one of the biggest DotA-legends ever, who played for the team during their days of glory.[1]

History[edit]

  • 2014
  • 2012
  • 2011
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  • July 1st, Virtus.pro announced that they closed the StarCraft II section of their organization and that they would now focus on League of Legends instead.[2]. This move left sLivko team-less.
  • January 7th, Virtus.pro add former RoX.KIS player Neytpoh.[3]
  • February 25th, Siw joined Virtus.pro.[4]
  • March 1st, Vasilisk leaves Virtus.pro.
  • April 29th, Verdi joined Virtus.pro.
  • May 8th, Verdi leaves to join Vega Squadron.[5]
  • August 8th, Revolver goes back to his old team, NCM Clan, while AtSky joins instead.[6]
  • August 24th, Roll leave Virtus.pro.[7]
  • August 25th, sLivko joined Virtus.pro.[8]
  • October 10th, Siw is removed from the team after failing to notify the team management, and the WCG Russia administration of his lack of a passport, resulting in him not being able to attend the WCG Russian Finals, despite having qualified.[9]
  • December 31st, the team announced that they have released AtSky, Neytpoh and Turuk due to lack of results, announcing a "full lineup" in the coming months.[10]

Player Roster[edit]

Former[edit]

ID Name New Team
ruRussia zZerg sLivko Artem Garavtsov New ӖrA GaminG New ӖrA GaminG
uaUkraine zZerg Vasilisk Basil Rudenko ZZZZZCategory:Free Agents
ruRussia tTerran Turuk Constantine Arzhavitin Cascade Cascade
ruRussia pProtoss AtSky Georgiy Baykov 3D Clan 3D Clan
ruRussia pProtoss Neytpoh Yuri Karev Retired
ruRussia pProtoss Siw Vladimir Syzranov Team Empire Team Empire
ruRussia pProtoss VERDI Artem Avramenko Vega Squadron Vega Squadron
ruRussia zZerg Revolver Pavel Belov Vega Squadron Vega Squadron
ruRussia pProtoss Roll Sergey Moroz 3D Clan 3D Clan

Organization[edit]

ID Name Position
Russia FUki Andrey Kirukin Manager
Russia kaby Vladislav Perchik Streamer
Russia Alex007 Alexey Trushlyakov Streamer
Russia SubZerO Yan Pyatrin Streamer

Team Achievements[edit]

Interviews[edit]

See also[edit]

Links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Virtus.pro history
  2. Andrew «FUki» Kiryukin (July 1, 2014). "Virtus.pro say goodbye to sLivko". Virtus.pro. Retrieved July 2, 2014.
  3. Virtus.pro add Neytpoh Russia
  4. Siw joined Virtus.Pro Russia
  5. 'Verdi rookie team Vega Squadron' hdgame.net 08/05/2012.
  6. 'Changes in the composition Virtus.pro*BenQ' virtuspro.org 11/08/2012.
  7. 'Roll leaves the team' virtuspro.org 24/08/2012.
  8. 'Welcome - VPBenQsLivko!' virtuspro.org 25/08/2012.
  9. 'VPBenQ goodbye Siw' virtuspro.org. 10/10/2012.
  10. [1]
  11. Team creation announcement Russia


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