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.
Racks up over 30 kills in two games as support
June 10, 2018
RodjER finished with a bloodthirsty 36/21/41 overall KDA in a 2-1 win over PSG.LGD at the China Supermajor.
RodjER got crushed on Leshrac in Game 1. He had a tough lane and proceeded to get run over along with the rest of He finished with a 5/9/6 KDA. In Game 2 RodjER came back in style on Skywrath Mage. He played extremely well in a tense hour-long game. In the end, RodjER's late-game damage was a huge part of what gave VP the win in the end. He finished with a 17/8/21 KDA and 53,400 damage done. Game 3 was another fantastic Skywrath Mage performance from RodjER. He once again gave VP a tremendous damage edge in fights, finishing with a 14/4/14 KDA.
Keeps his cool in a close series
June 10, 2018
9pasha finished an intense 2-1 series vs PSG.LGD at the China Supermajor with an overall KDA of 22/16/55.
In Game 1 9pasha had a tough time as Night Stalker. In a rare occurrence, went into the mid-game without having won the majority of the lanes. This made it very difficult for 9pasha to make plays into a powerful PSG.LGD team. He finished with a 4/4/8 KDA. 9pasha played Sand King in Game 2, delivering consistent stuns and initiation throughout a very close hour-long win for VP. He finished with a 9/11/18 KDA. In Game 3 9pasha played Night Stalker again, delivering a much better performance for VP. He got off to a great start and never gave up his momentum. He went for a quick Aghanim's Scepter, giving VP uncontestable vision control of the game. He finished with a 9/1/29 KDA.
Comes through in the clutch for
June 10, 2018
No[o]ne had a rough start but came back strong in a 2-1 win vs PSG.LGD at the China Supermajor. He finished with an overall KDA of 21/16/50.
In Game 1 No[o]ne got clobbered on Death Prophet. It's rare for to look so weak with the hero but getting put on the back foot early made it incredibly difficult for No[o]ne to show up to and survive fights. He finished with a 2/8/6 KDA. No[o]ne played Kunkka in Game 2, giving VP the late-game reach they needed to finally close things out after an hour of tense back and forth. He went for a Divine Rapier at 54 minutes that eventually gave VP the damage to shut LGD out of the game. He finished with a 12/6/23 KDA. In Game 3 No[o]ne played a nice Tinker. He died twice in lane but didn't give up anything afterward. He was always able to show up to fights, delivering on-demand burst and some nice area denial with March of the Machines. He finished with a 7/2/21 KDA.
Closes out the series after a rocky start
June 10, 2018
Ramzes finished with a 24/16/36 overall KDA in a tense 2-1 win over PSG.LGD at the China Supermajor.
Ramzes started the series with a rough Terrorblade game. There was too much damage and disable on PSG.LGD for him to do anything with his hero this game. He finished with a 4/5/6 KDA. Game 2 was also difficult for Ramzes, on Faceless Void this time. He had a lot resting on his Chronospheres and there was a lot available to LGD to shut him down. He also accidentally activated a Black King Bar three times, a costly mistake. He finished with a 7/7/21 KDA. Ramzes came roaring back on Sven in Game 3. He had a few deaths in lane but quickly farmed his way back into the game. He hit his stride around 20 minutes and never looked back, finishing with a 13/4/9 KDA.
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Dota 2
Confirm no roster changes entering the 2017-18 season
August 14, 2017
VirtusPro announced via their official Twitter that they would be making no changes to their roster for the upcoming season.
It should come as no surprise that VirtusPro isn't tinkering with their lineup. They have the best squad the CIS region has seen in a long time and arguably the best carry in the world right now. After finishing 5th at The International 2017 and 2nd at the Kiev Major, VirtusPro are happy with their success thus far and think they have room to improve together.
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International 2017 invitation confirmed
June 19, 2017
According to the official Dota 2 website, is among the six directly invited teams to The International 2017.
ANALYSIS has been a fearsome competitor for the past year, but apart from The Summit and some smaller CIS events it has yet to claim a first-place finish. At the Kiev Major took second place after a very close 2-3 loss to OG in the finals. This performance is likely what secured their invite, but a recent win at The Summit 7 made it all but certain.