Dota 2 roster manager is leaving Virtus.pro

Roman Dvoryankin, Virtus.pro General Manager, published a statement announcing the departure of the team’s Dota 2 roster manager, Andrey “Kimi” Kvasnevsky. Dvoryankin did not specify the official reasons for the dismissal.

In his comments, the head of the organization also apologized to VP.G2A fans and spoke of the problems that caused the team’s two default losses at the DAC 2017 qualifiers.

Last week, during the first game of the DAC qualifier, our Dota 2 roster encountered internet connection issues. It’s 2017 and such things would be unacceptable even at a mixed amateur tournament. On Monday, we were the target of a DDoS attack that was also preventable. As head of the organization, I bear the responsibility for this, and would like to apologize to the team’s fans and shareholders. We have also decided that our Dota 2 roster manager, Andrey Kvasnevsky, will be leaving the team. I’d like to wish Andrey all the best of luck in the future. It wasn’t an easy decision to make.

Virtus.pro G2A received two default losses in a row at the group stage of the Dota 2 Asia Championships 2017. During the opening match against Effect, connection was lost due to a problem on the side of the ISP providing internet access to the building that hosted the VP.G2A bootcamp.

Virtus.pro G2A received two default losses in a row at the group stage of the Dota 2 Asia Championships 2017. During the opening match against Effect, connection was lost due to a problem on the side of the ISP providing internet access to the building that hosted the VP.G2A bootcamp.