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Virtus.pro also known as the “Outsiders” have added Pyotr “fame” Bolyshev and David “n0rb3r7” Daniyelyan to their active CS:GO division, they announced on their Twitter handle ahead of 2022’s second half of the pro season.
Fame and n0rb3r7 will now have to fill in the big shoes of Mareks “YEKINDAR” Gaļinskis and Timur “buster” Tulepov who were moved to the bench at Virtus.pro last week after an unsuccessful run at the recently concluded PGL Stockholm Major 2022 and some part which forced YEKINDAR to re-evaluate his options going forward amid the whole Russian invasion over Ukraine.
Under the exiting duo, K23 cherished with some promising results which include a couple of 1st place finishes ranging from A to B tier events, some notable championships at the Funspark ULTI 2021: Europe Season 4 followed by their grand finals win over Apeks at the Pinnacle Winter Series #1. According to statistics powered by HLTV.org, n0rb3r7 has averaged a 2.0 rating of 1.09 across the past 3 months while playing for K23 and might go on to prove as a powerful prospect for Dzhami “Jame” Ali and company.
Virtus.pro will continue to play under the name “Outsiders” as a plethora of tournament organizers couldn’t let Russian teams compete due to the ongoing Russian-Ukrainian political conflict with the same name being mentioned above as well.
Both David and Pyotr will debut with the Outsiders at the ESL Pro League S16 conference which features teams like Eternal Fire and mibr in the contention to qualify for the main event.
Virtus.pro / Outsiders now have:
- Aleksei “Qikert” Golubev
- David “n0rb3r7” Daniyelyan
- Djami “Jame” Ali
- Evgeniy “FL1T” Lebedev
- Pyotr “fame” Bolyshev
- Dastan “dastan” Aqbaev (Head Coach)