Esports organisation Virtus.Pro has revealed their brand new CS:GO roster, which consists of the lineup formerly under Avangar, featuring Dzhami 'Jame' Ali, Dauren 'AdreN' Kystaubayev, Timur 'Buster' Tulepov, Sanjar 'Sanji' Kuliev, Alexey 'Qikert' Golubev, and coach Dastan 'Dastan' Akbaev.
The previous Polish roster has departed the organisation as a result, and we can expect to see this new team in action at Epicenter 2019, hitting Moscow between December 17 and 22.
"It's a big day for VP as we open a new chapter in our Counter-Strike history," said Roman Dvoryankin, Virtus.Pro General Manager. "It is also a great addition to our world-class Dota 2 team that will allow us to be more competitive and bring even more glory to our fans across the world. Right now we have one of the world's youngest lineups both in Dota 2 and CS:GO and it's a solid foundation for our further development."
Avangar's CEO Yongun Kim also had a statement to make, saying:
"After the 3 years of hard work and investments we're happy to make such a big step for the players and our club. Watching their growth from zero to professionals is unbelievable experience we've achieved together. I want to thank everyone who had his eye on Avangar and cheered for the boys from the beginning."
Can this roster perform well?