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Mar 2, 2018

Virtus Pro was founded back in 2003 and is one of the most recognized brands in all of gaming. While most teams frequently have roster shuffles, they stuck around with the exact same roster from January 2014 all the way up through the departure of TaZ in February 2018:

  • Filip "NEO" Kubski
  • Jarosław "pashaBiceps" Jarząbkowski
  • Janusz "Snax" Pogorzelski
  • Paweł "byali" Bieliński
  • Wiktor "TaZ" Wojtas

They sat atop the world rankings with exceptional results throughout their history:

  • 1st place @ ESL Major Series One: Katowice (2014)
  • 1st place @ ESL Season 18 (2015)
  • 1st place @ ESL ESEA Pro League Invitational (2015)
  • 1st place @ ELEAGUE Season 1 (2016)
  • 1st place @ DreamHack Open Bucharest (2016)
  • 2nd place @ EPICENTER (2016)
  • 3rd place @ WESG (2016)
  • 2nd place @ ELEAGUE Major Atlanta (2017)
  • 1st place @ DreamHack Masters Las Vegas (2017)
  • 2nd place @ EPICENTER (2017)

Even when they went through rough patches, they seemed to always be the team with experienced veterans that would bounce back and crush everyone. It felt like a dynasty. They felt unstoppable. When they were down, they were definitely not out. They'd always battle back.

Is the downfall of Virtus Pro a real thing? Or will they be able to bounce back yet again?

If you believe in Virtus Pro and their ability to persevere, this might be a prime betting opportunity. With the world doubting them the odds for them could be favorable.

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