The new Virtus Pro CS:GO roster for 2019 brings back two old legends. Snax and byali are back in Virtus Pro, along with TOAO and current members MICHU and Snatchie. With this news, PashaBiceps, NEO, and morelz are out of VP. Here’s more on the latest VP roster changes.

New Virtus Pro CS:GO Roster Changes

VP previously announced the Virtus Pro CS:GO team would be out of competition until further notice. However, the manager also stated that they would be focusing on a younger and fresher team going forward.

It turns out that the organization decided to bring back two Virtus Pro veterans, alongside three of Poland’s up and coming CS:GO players. With that said, PashaBiceps and NEO are out of Virtus Pro along with morelz. VP manager Roman Dvoryankin said in an official statement:

It was a difficult, but calculated decision. We trust these young players who are, I hope, the future of our CS:GO team. I’m happy to welcome byali and Snax back to our roster: the guys are no strangers to winning titles under the banner of We also expect to see our brand new player TOAO to quickly adapt and to bring fresh ideas to the team.

The new Virtus Pro CS:GO Roster is as follows: byali, Snax, TOAO, MICHU, Snatchie. The team has also kept kuben as a coach in a mutually agreed decision.

Virtus Pro CS:GO Roster Changes – Pasha and NEO Out

With Virtus Pro’s two longest-running members out of the roster, many fans will be curious to see where PashaBiceps and NEO end up next in their career. Dvoryankin touched on the matter in his statement:

We are saying farewell to the esports legend NEO. It’s hard to overestimate his contribution to our team’s victories. Together with Wiktor Wojtas, Filip’s efforts elevated our organization to be among the leaders of the global esports scene. I wish Filip the best of luck in any career path he may choose. We will reveal our future plans together with pashaBiceps in the next year.

By the sound of the statement, PashaBiceps could stream on Twitch for Virtus Pro. As one of the top CS:GO streamers, staying under the VP brand while streaming instead of playing competitively could be the best decision for both. Where NEO ends up is yet to be seen.

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