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Virtus.pro returns to competitive Apex Legends

Following four years away, the team has returned to the battle royale.

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While some long-term competitive Apex Legends fans will no doubt be familiar with Virtus.pro and their presence in the scene, newer fans will likely not be in the same boat. This is because the team has not been part of Apex esports since 2020, but this is set to change soon as a new roster has been confirmed.

Virtus.pro has signed three players and a coach, previously from Team Burger, to mark its return to the world of Apex esports. The team will be made up of Dylan "Prycyy" Price, Isaac "Wey" Gorial, Rick "Sharky" Wirth, and coach Bilal "urban" Fulat.

Speaking about returning to Apex esports, V.P's CEO Nikolai Petrosssian has stated, "We had an Apex Legends roster in 2019/20, but due to various factors, the club was unable to fully realize that project. Now we are returning to a much more carefully structured esports discipline with clear perspectives. Currently, organizations can work more freely on their projects in the long term, because EA provides clubs with certain guarantees and motivation for developing their rosters. At the moment, Apex Legends is quite high on our list of priorities, and we are ready to invest a lot of resources in this discipline and build far-reaching development plans for both our roster and the entire scene."

We'll next see the team in action during the Apex Legends Global Series: 2024 Split 1 Playoffs, which will be held in early May.

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