Sergey Glamazda told when Virtus.pro will be able to play under his own tag again.
“We have a dialogue with many publishers and tournament operators. If in the first two or three weeks it was quite emotional, that is, every time we encountered someone, we were told: “Oh, you are from Russia, you are engaged in certain aggressive actions,” now the dialogue is simpler. We receive certain documents that say that they would work with us, but they cannot make payments for such and such reasons. And if we solve these problems, then they will be happy to see us at tournaments under the Virtus.pro tag and carry out all economic activities, as they did before.
For the last one and a half to two months we have been in limbo, but this does not mean that we are not doing anything. During this time, we had a number of negotiations with other teams, and with publishers, and with tournament operators in order to understand what we need to do in the third quarter. And I think that it is in the third quarter that we will implement all these tasks and return to a clear plane of work. And we will be Virtus.pro as we were before,” said Sergey Glamazda, CEO of Virtus.pro.
Earlier, Glamazda spoke about freedom of speech in the club.
Virtus.pro players play in the DPC league under the Outsiders tag. PGL and ESL also banned the club’s CS:GO roster from playing under the Virtus.pro tag.
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