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Events with Vega Squadron
The first CS:GO Major tournament in 2019.
ELEAGUE Major: Boston 2018 is the first Major tournament in 2018
The large championship with a prize pool in the sum of $250,000
Offline Qualifier for best teams of Minor-championships and teams, wich take held 9-16 place in The ELEAGUE Major 2017.
Recent news Vega Squadron
Vega Squadron signed the CIS team Wrecking Gaming in March, which consisted of jR, norison, hutji, Keshandr, and Mir. In August, hutji left the roster and his position was held by lamp. Vega Squadron replaced a few players and farewell with its roster in December, which continued playing as ex-Vega Squadron.
In the middle of November, Vega Squadron signed ALL-IN, which roster included such players as jR, hutji, chopper, Keshandr, and Mir.
Vega held the first place at the CIS Minor in June and they placed 15th-16th at PGL Krakow Major 2017, having earned $8,750 for their efforts.
Fierce joined the team as a coach in September.
On October 1, the team became the champion of China Top 2017 — Kunshan and earned the main money prize in the sum of ~$75,000.
Vega placed first at China Top 2017 — Shenzhen at the end of November and earned the main money prize in the sum of ~$75,000.
In January, Vega Squadron held the 9th-11th place at the Boston Major tournament and received $8,750.
In April, Mir and Keshandr were benched and put on a transfer. The organization bought crush from pro100 in the same month and Fierce became a temporary fifth player and an in-game leader instead of jR.
Mir Joined Gambit eSports. In June, it was said that Mir had been in the team as a rented player and the announcement was made that the player joined the team on the permanent basis.
In September, Vega Squadron took part in FACEIT Major: London 2018 and placed 12th-14th, having earned $8,750 and an invite to The New Challenger stage of the next Major tournament.
In the middle of October, Vega became the vice-champion of StarSeries Season 6, having lost to ENCE eSports with a score 2-3 and earned a money prize in the sum of $50,000.