Russian esportsorganisation Virtus pro has actually revealed the departure of its CEO Sergey Glamazda.
According to the organisation’s main site, the function of CEO is being snuffed out andVirtus pro will now be handled by ‘a team of top managers’ from its moms and dad business ESforce Holding.
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Glamazda’s action down followed a rough duration within theorganisation After Russia’s intrusion of Ukraine in February,Virtus pro was eliminated from global CS: GO competitors in addition to other Russian groups. Its gamers rather completed under a neutral tag called ‘Outsiders.’
More just recently, the organisation was associated with another debate as its Dota 2 gamer Ivan ‘Pure’ Moskalenko drew a Z sign in the video game’s map, a sign utilized by the Russian soldiers inUkraine This led to his group being disqualified from local qualifiers for theSpring Tour Stockholm Major
Nikolay Petrosyan, CEO of ESforce Holding, commented: “We are thankful to Sergey for everything he’s done for Virtus.pro, his fresh ideas and ways to implement them.”
Regarding how the organisation will manage its groups after Glamazda’s departure, Petrosyan mentioned that basic management of the organisation will be dealt with by ESforce, with each video gaming discipline being run by senior supervisors ofVirtus pro.
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Glamazda signed up withVirtus pro in January of 2020. Under his administration, the organisation’s Dota 2 lineup declared 5-6th location at The International 2021, with the organisation’s CS: GO lineup completing top-eight at PGL Major Stockholm 2021.
Commenting on his departure, Glamazda mentioned: “I’m grateful to Virtus.pro for this amazing journey we shared together over the course of the last two and a half years.”
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