Sergey Glamazda stepped down as CEO of

The Russian esports organization announced the breakup with Sergey Glamazda, who has been the club's CEO since 2020. The club thanked the functionary for cooperation and wished him good luck in his future career.

Nikolai Petrosyan, CEO of ESforce Holding: "We are grateful to Sergey for his contribution, he brought a lot of new ideas to and started their implementation. During the joint discussion, we came to the conclusion that now additional efforts are needed to systematize the work of Virtus. pro and solving problems that appeared in the spring of 2022. To do this, we decided to concentrate the management of the club in the hands of ESforce top managers, who see the whole picture of the holding's activities."

It is reported that under the leadership of Sergey, the organization entered the top five largest clubs in the world in terms of prize money, the Dota 2 roster took 5-6th place at The International 2021, and the CS:GO roster got into the TOP-10 of the best teams in the world and advanced to the PGL Major quarterfinals Stockholm 2021. In addition, the VP.Prodigy academy appeared from his hand and the teams started in new disciplines for the club, a number of successful transfers were implemented - outgoing and incoming.

Sergey Glamazda: "I am grateful to for this incredible adventure that we experienced together for two and a half years. I remember every tournament, every victory and defeat. I am proud of victories, I was always responsible for defeats and tried to learn from them. Thank you "To talented players who make the club stronger every day with their skills. Thanks to the fans who inspired me with their emotions, comments and, of course, memes. I was glad to meet each of you, I continue to cheer for the Bears from the audience."

At the same time, abolished the position of the general manager of the club - from now on, the ESforce Holding management team will manage the strategic aspects of the activity.