Virtus.Pro set to make big waves this upcoming season


Esports powerhouse, Virtus.pro has set up an solid talent lineup across multiple games for this upcoming season. After a strong showing throughout winter, the organization decided to double down and pursue even higher goals in 2021.

For our first team showcase this year, we look back at last season, and recent decisions that make VP your top esports betting choice this upcoming season.

Virtus.Pro 2020 achievments

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A real Virtus.Pro Winter

Mere months ago, Virtus.pro was merely another CIS team at the verge of disbanding several rosters after lackluster performances and early eliminations.

No one, except die hard fans, had any expectation for VP, neither in Dota 2 nor CS:GO in the later stages of the season. Their invite to EPIC League has been highly questioned by Dota 2 players, and the CS:GO roster was heavily looked down upon before Flashpoint 2 kicked off.

However, VP had a major reveal up their sleeves. First up a complete revamp of their main roster in Dota 2, just shy of EPIC League starting up. The organization dropped the bomb on the social media, announcing the departure of their main roster, and took in their sister team’s (VP.Prodigy) line-up instead. The former roster of notable veterans Alexey “Solo” Berezin and Vladimir “No[o]ne” Minenko, just wasn’t finding any success with their new additions from seven months ago. In fact, the new additions that were initially recruited were Epileptick1d and Save-, which they deemed incompatible with the veterans.

In CS:GO the organization saw a mini-renaissance at IEM New York 2020, which in turn earned em considerations for Dreamhack Winter and a jump off point for their Flashpoint 2 run.

Finally, the Fortnite and R6 rosters have been quietly plowing along throughout the season, finishing among the top in most regional and EU based events.

VP Fortnite

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New Names, New Rosters

Coming into 2021, VP has acquired themselves a brand “new” PUBG roster. PCS 3 winners Northern Lights made the move into the VP fold just before the DH Winter Showdown kicked off. Based on their 2020 performance, they also have a pending invite to the upcoming PUBG Global Invitational.S 2021. The new signing puts VP directly into the favorites bracket for the entire event.

H1RUZEN1 will replace Perfect1ks at the event however, after Dima was unable to secure a visa to travel to Korea with the squad.

Meanwhile, the Dota 2 roster is having a little re-brand with epileptick1d and Illias changing their names to Nightfall and Kingslayer ahead of the DPC season.

The tides are turning

Coming into the new year, VP is also being helped by their competition when it comes to placements.

While Virtus.pro found incredible success at the…



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