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The CS:GO roster for Virtus.pro is no more, as the Polish outfit announced that the team will no longer be performing for their organisation. Despite their prestigious reputation, recent struggles for the roster after a recent shakeup seems to have been unable to fix results in a positive way.
A number of key players were gradually released by Virtus.pro, with the introduction of Michal “snatchie” Rudzki, Michal “MICHU” Muller and Piotr “morelz” Taterka not helping matters when it can to qualifying for next season’s ESL Pro League. To make matters worse, they were also knocked out of the IEM Katowice 2019 Europe Minor qualifier following a defeat at the hands of x-Kom. VP stated that “Due to latest tournament performance our CS:GO team will cease any competitive activities until further notice. We will announce our next steps by the end of the year.”
Meanwhile, general manager Roman Dvoryankin offered the following statement: “After London Major we were quite optimistic about the potential of the current lineup. “Unfortunately, our expectations were not met. The long-term strategy for us is to build a competitive team around young players and we will follow it while making decisions. I’d like to ask our fans to be supportive in the next couple of weeks.”