To find out in what shape Virtus.pro is, it is necessary to know the statistics of recent matches and also a performance at a particular tournament. This information will allow fans of the discipline CS:GO and those who make bets to understand a particular shape of a team and chances to succeed in a match or a tournament.
What play Virtus.pro demonstrated in the last matches:
Victories in the recent 5 matches: 3 (60%).
Victories in the recent 10 matches: 7 (70%).
Virtus.pro played 12 matches over the last 3 months and won 9 matches - 75%.
Over the past year, Virtus.pro played 83 matches and achieved victory in 48 matches - 58%.
All fans of the team Virtus.pro should remember the following date - Coming soon. At this time, Virtus.pro will face in the match with Coming soon at the championship Coming soon.
It is worth reminding that the last match of Virtus.pro was carried out against the team G2 Esports at the tournament IEM Katowice 2022 on 25.02.2022.
In this match, the fortune was on the side of G2 Esports who beat the opponent with a result of 0:2.
The last matches of Virtus.pro do not make their fans happy. 3 victory(victories) in 5 matches make us think that the team has not gained its gaming shape.
Virtus.Pro is one of the most famous multigaming organizations both in CIS and the world. The tag VP appeared in the esports arena back in 2007. Since then, VP has grown from a small team to a large organization, the roster of which has achieved victories at the highest-level championship many times. We present to your attention the history of the Counter-Strike roster of VP.
The beginning of the 2000s
The first mention of VP is dated back in 2003. Esports was not formed as a term then and all championships were hosted in computer clubs. The following players were playing on the first CS roster of VP:
With this line-up, the team played at first esports tournaments and proved itself nicely. The team prevailed at KPRF CUP in Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, and Ekaterinburg, and it also became the winner of SKS Cup Open #1.
The team had a row of reshuffles in the next years as it often happened with teams back then. However, VP continued holding high places at championships on both regional and international levels. In 2004, the team placed 1st at Arbalet Cup CIS 2004, prevailed at ASUS Open Winter 2004, ESWC Russia 2004, National Professional Cybersport League 2004, ASUS Open Summer 2004, and ASUS Open Autumn 2004.
That year, VP held 3rd place at Intel Cybersport Cup, ESWC 2004, and 9th-12th place at Nollelva Digital Event 2004.
VP was a regular participant at large tournaments in the upcoming years. With the release of CS:GO, VP moved to the new discipline.
The first appearance in CSGO
VP appeared in CS:GO for the first time in 2012. Then, the tag of the Bears was protected by:
But VP faced changes very soon. Dosia, Fox, and GuardiaN joined the team instead of AdreN, evil, and craft1k. VP’s biggest victory with that roster was the championship at StarLadder StarSeries V. The five of the Bears managed to beat the best team of that time, NiP and beat their streak of 87 victories at LAN tournaments.
This roster existed till the end of 2013 and VP signed the Polish roster in 2014, it would become one of the strongest teams in the world
The Polish golden five
VP parted ways with the CIS CS:GO roster in 2014 and introduced the Polish squad. That roster included:
That year, the Poles fully proved VP’s decision. The team achieved victory at one of the first Major tournaments in history – ESL Major Series One Katowice 2014. But VP’s domination did not stop.
VP gained momentum in 2015-2016. They prevailed at ESEA Season 18 – Global Invite Division, ESL ESEA Pro League Invitational, ELEAGUE Season 1, and DreamHack Open Bucharest 2016. Also, the team placed second at EPICENTER 2016.
However, the team was not able to repeat the result of 2014 in Katowice. The team held a 3rd-4th place at ESL One: Cologne 2015, the Bears finished 5th-8th at DreamHack Open Cluj-Napoca 2015, they also placed 5th-8th at MLG Major Championship: Columbus 2016 and 3rd-4th at ESL One: Cologne 2016.
The attempt to repeat the result of 2014 was made in 2017 too. Then, VP was one step away from a victory at its second Major tournament but they lost to Astralis with a score of 1-2 in the final of ELEAGUE Major: Atlanta 2017. It was the breaking point for «the golden five».
Later, the team achieved victory at DreamHack Masters Las Vegas 2017 and held second place at EPICENTER 2017 but it was unable to achieve the past results.
The dawn of the Polish roster or the new beginning
Starting from 2018, VP is in a state of crisis in CS:GO. Initially, TaZ left the team, Snax also left the roster later and byali moved with him. NEO and the recently-returned blyali left the team in 2019.
The regular reshuffles combined with poor performances continued till December 2019. Then, the organization VP decided to sign the roster of AVANGAR and parted ways with the Polish players completely.
The new roster of VP looked in the following way:
Later, AdreN left the team and his spot was taken by YEKINDAR. With this roster, VP has been playing since the start of the coronavirus pandemic and demonstrating stable results. The most memorable ones are first place at BLAST Premier CIS Cup, 1st-4th at Flashpoint Season 2: Closed Qualifier, and the victory at Intel Extreme Masters XV – New York Online: CIS
Anton Cherepennikov serves as the CEO, Sergey Glamazda is a manager. Jame holds the captain’s slot on the updated roster.
The CS:GO roster of VP is working with Parimatch, HyperX, and Fragstore. Since the foundation of the club in CS:GO, the players have earned more than 3,400,000 dollars of prize money for the organization.