After their underperformance at the recent ELEAGUE Boston Major. Virtus.Pro was under the scanner of the community and critics, waiting for a roster change. Today, we have learned from the Virtus.pro’s manager, that indeed there’s something cooking in their headquarters.
The poor performance of the long-standing Polish lineup in the Boston Major has forced the management to take strict decisions. As we reported earlier of TaZ being the potential player to move out, the reports are still developing.
— Roman Dvoryankin (@dvoryrom) February 1, 2018
Now we’ve learned from the statement made by Roman Dvoryankin that Virtus.pro is venturing into different avenues. Seems, the management focuses on talent more than anything else.
Roman’s statement on Twitter
Last 7 days have been the hardest and toughest period during my time at @virtuspro. On the other hand, I’ve never been more excited about our future. Stay tuned! #GoGoVP
Which also means, Virtus.pro could certainly see a roster change very soon, even before the V4 Future Sports Festival, scheduled later this quarter, in March.
We just hope that the Tweet by Roman is just an emotion shared on account of their DotA 2 roster change.
The roster change of Virus.pro will put a stop to the longest standing lineup of all time. Even though CS:GO is 6 years old, players of Virtus.pro, Neo, TaZ & Pasha are playing on the same side for over a decade.