Virtus Pro’s Dota 2 workforce faces one other rebuild after benching 2 key gamers

Virtus Pro is ready to rebuild its Dota 2 workforce after benching carry Alexandr “krylat” Krylatov and place 5 Andrey “Dukalis” Kuropatkins.

The roster change comes after a shaky efficiency at DPC EEU 2023 Tour One: Division One, by which they completed in fourth place behind BetBoom Team, Team Spirit, and HellRaisers, and consequently did not qualify for the Dota 2 Lima Major.

Dukalis joined VP on Dec. 6, 2022, when the group put collectively a brand new roster for the 2023 season and krylat left Team Empire Hope to signal with VP on Dec. 23, 2022 and exchange Kamil “Koma`” Biktimirov, who had been slapped with a Valve and PGL ban because of account sharing and impersonating gamers from different groups throughout tournaments.

VP is parting methods with krylat and Dukalis as a result of it sees a chance to recruit new gamers and enhance each within the brief and long-term, in line with the group’s head of the Dota 2 division Alexander “StrangeR” Solomonov.

“I want to make things clear by saying that there were no internal conflicts or insurmountable disagreements within the team,” StrangeR mentioned in an official assertion. “The decision to move Alexandr [krylat] and Andrey [Dukalis] out of the active roster is dictated by the recently emerged opportunity of inviting new players, capable of making our team better in both short and long-term perspectives. It was a tough decision, but a necessary one.”

Krylat and Dukalis seemingly gained’t keep on VP’s bench for lengthy because the group mentioned it’s prepared to think about “different options” for the gamers to allow them to proceed their careers elsewhere.

The Russian group is working with a listing of potential candidates to finish the workforce and can reveal extra particulars in regards to the new roster quickly.

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