PashaBiceps on goal of soccer match with SK: “I think we want to show people that gamers, esport gamers, are not only lazy bums who only play (on the) computer all day.”
Just what has happened to Virtus.Pro? One minute the Polish powerhouse was a Major runner-up and DreamHack Las Vegas champion, and the next it dropped out of IEM Katowice before the main event, got relegated from the ESL Pro League and ECS and then failed to win any matches at ESL One Cologne.
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:
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.