Virtus.pro drops Dota 2 Squad, also fires team managers
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One of Russia’s biggest Esports organizations, Virtus.pro has already reportedly dropped their Dota 2 team following a series of bad performances from numerous tournaments, and as well as failing to qualify for major events, such as TI6.
While being one of the most looked up teams in the European region, particularly in CIS, Virtus.pro found themselves struggling in the 2016 pro Dota 2 season, with most of their 1st place wins being Qualifier Tournaments for events such as Starladder i-League Invitationals Season 2, and Beyond The Summit’s The Summit Europe.
Virtus.pro’s latest major event venture was on ESL One Frankfurt 2016, as a replacement for the Chinese team LGD-Gaming, where they finished 7th-8th place. The team has also failed to qualify in the The International Dota 2 Championships 2016 European Qualifiers with a 6th-10th place finish.
In addition to the team being disbanded, the Virtus.pro head management has also reportedly fired their recent managers for the Dota 2 squad, George “drAmer” Faleev and Sergey “Diver233” Pisotsky, due to the team’s unsatisfactory results. The Virtus.pro management also expresses that these changes will not end with this reshuffle, and more news is expected to be heard from them in the coming days.