During ESL One New York, Virtus.pro’s Filip “NEO” Kubski gave a peek into what life was like for him and his teammates before esports exploded in popularity.
Slingshot’s Vince Nairn and Jarek “DeKay” Lewis caught up with Virtus.pro’s Filip “NEO” Kubski at ESL One New York to talk about the team’s form, in-game leading and where to go from here.
SK Gaming and Virtus.pro will play a soccer match the day after ESL One Cologne next month, and fans will have to buy tickets to see it.
Finn “Karrigan” Andersen summed up the Virtus.pro experience in full during a “Reflections” interview with Duncan “Thorin” Shields:
Virtus.pro rose to the top of the Counter-Strike world on Saturday when it defeated Fnatic 2-0 (16-10, 16-8) in the finals of ELEAGUE Season 1
Virtus.pro has been one of the most recognizable organizations in professional Counter-Strike for years, with the same roster being intact since January 2014.
For SK Gaming, the ESL One Cologne Major ended in triumph. It secured a back-to-back major victory and with months of excellence has made this the SK era.