Virtus.pro is a very old Russian e-sports organization, mostly famous for their team in Counter-Strike 1.6 their dominant DotA 2 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.
- January 7th, Virtus.pro add former RoX.KIS player Neytpoh.
- February 25th, Siw joined Virtus.pro.
- March 1st, Vasilisk leaves Virtus.pro.
- April 29th, Verdi joined Virtus.pro.
- May 8th, Verdi leaves to join Vega Squadron.
- August 8th, Revolver goes back to his old team, NCM Clan, while AtSky joins instead.
- August 24th, Roll leave Virtus.pro.
- August 25th, sLivko joined Virtus.pro.
- 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.
- 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.
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- Virtus.pro history
- Andrew «FUki» Kiryukin (July 1, 2014). "Virtus.pro say goodbye to sLivko". Virtus.pro. Retrieved July 2, 2014.
- Virtus.pro add Neytpoh
- Siw joined Virtus.Pro
- 'Verdi rookie team Vega Squadron' hdgame.net 08/05/2012.
- 'Changes in the composition Virtus.pro*BenQ' virtuspro.org 11/08/2012.
- 'Roll leaves the team' virtuspro.org 24/08/2012.
- 'Welcome - VPBenQsLivko!' virtuspro.org 25/08/2012.
- 'VPBenQ goodbye Siw' virtuspro.org. 10/10/2012.
- Team creation announcement