With several Major wins under their belt, the Dota 2 esports organization Virtus.Pro decided to make some big changes to their roster heading into the new DPC season following their performance at The International 2019. As most Dota 2 esports fans know, the first tournament of the new DPC season, BTS Dota Summit Minor, takes place from 7 to 10 November and Virtus.Pro did manage to qualify for the tournament after crashing out of the MDL Chengu Major group stages. Now, it looks like the team won’t be making it to the first Minor either.
The new Virtus.Pro roster will have their first LAN event soon in the ESL One Hamburg tournament (which isn’t part of the DPC season) as they need time to reach their full potential and also mentions Visas as a factor in their decision.
The General Manager of Virtus.Pro, Roman Dvoryankin, explains in a post that:
At the time of writing, it is unclear which team will replace Virtus.Pro in the upcoming BTS Dota Summit Minor.
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