Virtus.pro says goodbye to the roster that represented the club in PUBG MOBILE.
Players leave the club by mutual agreement and become free agents.
We express our gratitude to Aleksey “Purp1e” Asanov, Monlam “OFHAZE” Tsydypov, Nelik “Folly” Prodan, Maxim “SINGLE” Starovetsky and coach Cristian-Roman “Kompot_trash” Corbu for their professionalism and dedication, and also wish them best of luck in their future careers.
In the two years since the signing of the first PUBG MOBILE roster, our club has gained significant experience in competitive mobile gaming, which should help us further develop this promising area. The club retains a slot in Europe, but we are also considering options with different squads in other regions. Stay tuned for more announcements!
MORE ABOUT PUBG MOBILE
PUBG Mobile is a free-to-play battle royale video game developed by LightSpeed & Quantum Studio, a division of Tencent Games. It is a mobile game adaptation of PUBG: Battlegrounds, initially released for Android and iOS on March 19, 2018.
It was published by multiple publishers in different regions, including Krafton, Tencent, and VNG Games.
By December 2022, PUBG Mobile had accumulated around 1.3 billion downloads while grossing over $9 billion, making it the third highest-grossing mobile game. It is also the second most-played mobile video game of all time.
In 2021, the game spawned an Indian version, Battlegrounds Mobile India, and a separate game taking place in the PUBG Universe, called New State Mobile.
MORE ABOUT VIRTUS.PRO
Virtus.pro (often abbreviated to VP) is a Russian professional esports organization founded in 2003. The organization has been based in Armenia since 2022. Virtus.pro are famous for their teams in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Dota 2. The organization is known for hosting the majority of the players from the original Golden Five which was Poland’s most popular Counter-Strike roster.