Alexey Berezin 
Read like a book by Vici
August 18, 2018
Solo finished a tough 2-0 loss to Vici Gaming in the group stages at The International 8 with a 5/15/30 overall KDA.
In Game 1 Solo played Vengeful Spirit. He struggled to make plays against a healthy Vici Gaming lead, often forced into desperate situations and ending up going down. He finished with a 1/7/10 KDA. Game 2 was also tough for Solo. As Silencer, he was a priority target for Vici all game. were able to take some good fights with Global Silence, but the cooldown was just too long for VP to play successfully around. He finished with a 4/8/20 KDA.
Coasts to easy 2-0 win
August 17, 2018
Solo finished with an overall KDA of 6/13/45 in a 2-0 win over Newbee in the group stages at The International 8.
Solo played Vengeful Spirit in Game 1, both saving his own team and setting up for some nice aggressive plays with Nether Swap and stun. Although he had to sacrifice his own life a few times in this game, he only ended with a reasonable eight deaths. In Game 2 Solo played Bane, providing some very solid and difficult to handle disables for his team. Solo was able to set up Virtus pro for some nice pickoff kills which helped snowball them to a very convincing Game 2 win.
Advances to another major grand final
June 10, 2018
Solo played well in a close 2-1 win over PSG.LGD at the China Supermajor. He finished with an overall KDA of 12/24/55.
Solo started the series with a tough Rubick game. He died extremely quickly in fights to the PSG.LGD cores, not getting a chance to ever put his Spellstealing abilities to work. He finished with a 2/9/8 KDA. Solo played a good Warlock in Game 2, adding a lot of damage and control to VP's teamfight with Fatal Bonds and Chaotic Offering. He did a good job being alive at the right times in the late-game, despite giving up a lot of deaths. He finished with a 5/10/30 KDA. In Game 3 Solo played Bane, backing up his teammates on their way to a convincing Game 3 win. Solo finished with a 5/5/17 KDA.
One step closer to a fifth major win
June 9, 2018
Solo finished with an 8/15/30 overall KDA in a clean 2-0 win vs Optic at the China Supermajor.
Solo played a reliable Bane in Game 1, sitting behind his teammates ready with the Nightmare saves or setups. He finished with a 4/5/10 KDA. Solo went back to his more typical sacrificial support style in Game 2, racking up a 4/10/20 KDA on Warlock. Despite his high deaths, he was extremely effective in fights. Fatal Bonds was especially effective, combining with No[o]ne's Kunkka for some insane combo plays.
Gives up Game 2 but comes back strong
June 5, 2018
Solo played well in a 2-1 win vs Newbee at the China Supermajor. He finished with a 4/16/45 overall KDA.
In Game 1 Solo played Warlock. Despite dying fairly often in fights this was still a well-played game from Solo. He used his spells well in fights and most of his deaths protected a core teammate. He finished with a 3/4/13 KDA. Game 2 didn't go so well for Solo, on Disruptor this time. He had a tough job trying to set up for fights against a Naga Siren, and it didn't help that he was also tanking ganks again all game. He finished with a 1/9/14 KDA. In Game 3 Solo played Bane. He did a nice job pressuring the lanes early on, allowing to snowball themselves into a quick win to seal the series. He finished with a 0/3/18 KDA.
Another easy win for
May 24, 2018
Solo finished with a 2/3/23 KDA on Rubick in a commanding win over Optic at ESL Birmingham.
Solo's positioning in fights was, as usual, on point all game. He played well in lane, and once got into a leading position he made sure they never had to give it up. There was constant vision for VP all over the map, letting them choose their fights and find easy pick-offs all game.
Deathless game
May 24, 2018
Solo finished with a perfect 5/0/13 KDA on Lion against OG at ESL Birmingham.
Solo played his hero very well at all stages of the game. He helped secure the early lane advantage that would be able to ride to a quick win. In fights Solo was always well positioned and got a lot of value from all of his spells.
Secures Virtus pro a crazy comeback win
May 5, 2018
Solo finished with a 2/4/11 KDA in a best-of-one elimination game win vs Mineski at EPICENTER XL.
Solo's saves with False Promise and Fortune's End allowed to hang around in the game despite falling behind 11,000 gold at one point. In the penultimate Roshan fight, Solo was able to turn the tides of battle and lead to claim victory.
Leads to a quick series win
May 2, 2018
Solo finished with an overall KDA of 7/10/25 in a one-sided win over Secret at EPICENTER XL.
Solo played Disruptor in Game 1. He did a great job in fights using his spells to set up the rest of for success. He also pulled the classic Solo move of tanking pretty much every gank from Secret, creating even more space for Virtus Pro. He finished with a 1/4/13 KDA. Solo played Lion in Game 2, once again taking on the role of sacrificial lamb while still managing to contribute massively to every fight win. He finished with a 6/6/12 KDA.
Maintains his teams undefeated series record
April 29, 2018
Solo finished with an overall KDA of 6/21/49 in a 2-1 win over Newbee at EPICENTER XL.
Solo had a rough time as Jakiro in Game 1, but his deaths ended up giving the rest of his team tons of space to take over the map. He was usually alive for the start of fights at least, and his spells were very effective all game. He finished with a 3/7/16 KDA. In Game 2 Solo played Disruptor. He was extremely effective all game, but Newbee did an excellent job holding off's early pressure and took the game deep into the late game. Even with a few nice items like Aghanim's Scepter he couldn't stand up to Newbee's superior late-game. He finished with a 2/7/17 KDA. In Game 3 Solo played a very interesting support Nature's Prophet. He didn't contribute a lot of burst damage or hard lockdown, but Solo was all over the map and constantly being annoying. The ability to add plus one to any early engagement was huge for and snowballed itself into a commanding win. Solo finished with a 1/7/26 KDA.
Two unorthodox drafts close out the series
April 27, 2018
Solo finished with a 6/16/44 overall KDA in a 2-1 win against paiN Gaming in the group stages of EPICENTER XL.
Solo played Lion in Game 1. His early game rotations were fantastic, setting up to take a hefty early gold lead. Unfortunately for Solo, this work was thrown out the window after two very one-sided fight losses. Solo finished with a 1/11/16 KDA. In Game 2 Solo played Rubick. He got off a lot of very nice steals and managed to go the entire game without giving up a single death. He finished with a 2/0/14 KDA. Solo played Trent Protector in Game 3, which turned quickly into an even more one-sided repeat of Game 2. Solo made his teammates even more difficult to kill, especially in the lane phase when he was able to throw his weight around to great effect. He finished with a 3/5/14 KDA.
Takes down Evil Geniuses again
April 5, 2018
Solo played Lion in an elimination match win over Evil Geniuses at DAC 2018. He finished with a 3/3/18 KDA.
Solo's positioning all game was excellent, letting him get huge value from both his disables as well as staying alive through most of the game's fights. His early rotations secured a great lead for that they were able to ride comfortably into the mid game and eventually a win.
Knocked to losers bracket by Liquid
April 4, 2018
Solo had a rough series, playing Disruptor in both games of a 0-2 loss to Liquid at DAC 2018. He finished with an 11/17/31 overall KDA.
In Game 1 Solo put on an impressive show by holding against a two-lane barracks deficit, but he fell in the end. Solo's positioning was good when it mattered, especially when Virtus.Pro was holding their last lane against Liquid. This wasn't enough to make up for the lead Liquid got in the early game though, and VP would eventually lose their Ancient. Solo finished with a 2/8/17 KDA. Game 2 was just as rough for Solo, although he did manage to snag eight kills for himself, quite a feat for a support on the losing team. He finished with an 8/9/14 KDA.
Holds strong as the game goes past an hour
April 1, 2018
Solo played Witch Doctor in a win over Team Secret at DAC 2018. He finished with a 4/8/26 KDA.
This was an impressive game from Solo, who managed to keep his deaths to a relatively low eight in a game that lasted 70 minutes before were able to claim victory. Solo was well positioned in fights, letting him actually get some decent use from his spells in situations were other support players might have just died.
Average game doesn't get the win
March 5, 2018
Solo did not do enough as Virtus.Pro lost to OpTic Gaming 1-0 in the group stage of The Bucharest Major. Solo finished with a 3/4/10 KDA.
Fresh off a massive win in the grand finals of ESL One Katowice, VP came into Bucharest hot and ready to win again. It looked realistic at the start as they ran out to an easy lead. Solo played Oracle and found himself with a perfect KDA at the 25-minute mark. The game got closer around that time, but then came absolutely crashing down for VP at the 37-minute mark. VP members combined for nine deaths in the three-minute span as they completely handed the game over to OpTic.
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