[BREAKING NEWS] Virtus Pro Comes Back with the Latest CS: GO Roster!

Maybe no one would have thought that a team like Virtus.pro, which appeared dominant a few years ago, decided to go on hiatus. Yup, this decision suddenly surprised several parties, especially lovers CS: GO in this world.

Source: HLTV

Then, this presence presented some interesting speculations, one of which was the issue of the departure of NEO and pashaBiceps from the team lineup.

On Monday (24/12), precisely at 11 pm, an announcement was made by Virtus.pro management. What else if not ranks rooster new arrivals with even greater hope.


This team composition brings a new color and new taste to the team lineup, especially after being together with the ex-Golden Five for more than 5 years. Here’s the lineup of players CS: GO from Virtus.pro:

  • Michał “MICHU” Müller
  • Michał “Snatchie” Rudzki
  • Paweł “Byali” Bieliński
  • Janusz “Snax” Pogorzelski
  • Mateusz “TOAO” Zawistowski (captain)
  • Jakub “Kuben” Gurczynski (coach)
Source: Virtus.pro

The Siren of the Golden Five Era Roster

Source: Virtus.pro

Of course this presence can bring a simple conclusion by losing two iconic Virtus.pro players. Yup, they were without two of their iconic players, namely Filip “NEO” Kubski and Jarosław “PashaBiceps” Jarząbkowski.

These two players did give a new color to the other three players who are often known as the Golden Five era.

But after Wiktor left “TaZ” Wojtas, Virtus.pro has indeed presented a bad signal from its performance.

Continuing to experience a decline in performance, Virtus.pro was only able to reach two positions runner-up in 2018, namely the V4 Future Sports Festival and the CS: GO Asia Championships 2018.

Virtus.pro won DreamHack Las Vegas 2017. Source: DreamHack

Apart from the departure of two players, Virtus.pro also presented two other players. The Golden Five era players, Snax and byali who had left the lineup.

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This presence brought comments from the General Manager of Virtus.pro, Roman Dvoryankin. Reporting from the HLTV page, he said he was a little disappointed not to make changes sooner.

“I regret not making changes sooner, stuck with past successes,” said Dvoryankin on the HLTV page.

General Manager of Virtus.pro, Roman Dvoryankin.

“Some things might have been different if I had been more proactive. Players have to develop more and Kuben is not the one to blame (for the defeats), “added Roman.

Of course this change brings new loads, but the presence of two former AGO Esports players, TOAO and snatchie should bring new abilities.