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Virtus.pro - Team Overview

Virtus.pro is Russian/ Polish esports organisation founded in 2003 famous for its Counter Strike Go and Dota 2 teams, and with active rosters in Fortnite, Paladins and Apex Legends. Virtus.pro is one of the most prolific esports organisations in Eastern Europe, wining some of the biggest esports tournaments in the world. The organisation was formed by the majority of the players from the original Golden Five, one of Poland’s most popular CSGO teams, that dominated  the Counter Strike 1.6 scene from 2006 to 2008.

It took some time for the new team to come together but the Virtus.pro CSGO roster was one of the best in the world between 2014 and 2017. They defeated Ninjas In Pyjamas 2-0 to win the ESL One Katowice in 2014 and Fnatic to take home the ELEAGUE Season 1 trophy and $400,000 two years later. In 2017 they won the DreamHack Masters Las Vegas 2017 and the World Electronic Sports Games while coming second in the Epicenter.

Virtus.pro’s Dota 2 roster had a similar record and is regarded today as one of the best teams in the world. Virtus.pro Dota 2 team was a constant presence at The International in the past three years, with good performances overall. 2018 can be regarded as the team’s best year, with champion titles at the ESL One Birmingham and Katowice, the Bucharest and Kuala Lumpur Majors and a second place at the Chongqing Major.

The amazing results didn’t go unnoticed and in 2015, Virtus.pro managed to secure a staggering $100 million investment from Russia’s third richest man Alisher Usmanov. The move is considered one of the largest investments in esports history.

In 2014, the org also fielded a League of Legends team, but a series of poor results led to the team being disbanded three years later.

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