Overview

Virtus.pro is a professional gaming organization based in Russia.

The organization was represented by more than 50 players. Since 2003 they have won more than 100 gold, 170 silver and 220 bronze medals in more than 10 esports disciplines.

They added their women’s team on September 5, 2012.

Virtus.pro Polar was formed on September 18, 2014 from NVMI players. It was later rebranded to ASUS.Polar as an attempt to create a separate brand under a single ownership, but it didn’t turn out to be a success and the team was merged with the main Virtus.pro roster and ceased to exist as a brand.

At the end of the first transfer deadline before the first Major in 2015, Virtus.pro announce their subs.

On May 30th 2016, after accusations that the team had used No[o]ne as a standin for ALOHADANCE in The Summit 5 Qualifiers Finals vs Ad Finem, using ALOHADANCE’s account to hide the action, Virtus.pro admitted that they had broken the rules, and were removed from the tournament.

The entire Dota 2 squad was dropped by the organization on 30 June 2016, after increasingly poor results culminated in a disappointing 6th place finish in the Qualifiers for The International 2016, thus failing to qualify for yet another event. Following the International, Virtus pro later revamped their Dota 2 squad and won The Summit 6.

Achievements

Date Placement Tier Tournament Results Prize
2017-10-29 1st Premier ESL One Hamburg 2017 2 : 0 $500,000
2017-08-10 5 – 6th Premier The International 2017 1 : 2 $1,110,956
2017-06-18 1st Premier DOTA Summit 7 3 : 2 $42,500
2017-04-30 2nd Premier The Kiev Major 2017 2 : 3 $500,000
2016-12-09 5 – 8th Premier The Boston Major 2016 0 : 2 $125,000
2016-11-20 1st Premier The Summit 6 3 : 0 $42,500
2015-08-07 5 – 6th Premier The International 2015 0 : 2 $1,197,925
2015-07-05 1st Premier Esportal Dota 2 League 3 : 2 $32,000
2015-06-15 1st Premier DreamLeague Season 3 3 : 2 $54,875
2014-12-21 2nd Premier XMG Captains Draft 2.0 2 : 3 $63,651

 

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