Counter-Strike Virtus.Pro Wins DreamHack Masters Las Vegas 2017

Counter-Strike Virtus.Pro Wins DreamHack Masters Las Vegas 2017

Virtus.pro earned its first grand Counter-Strike title of the year by winning DreamHack Masters Las Vegas in stunning style. The triumph is a testament to the amount of hard work put in by the team after experiencing the worst battles in its history. The Poles shown the world that they have what it takes to be crowned champion.

SK Gaming succumbed to a 2-1 defeat to Virtus.pro in Sunday’s Grand Final. The Brazilian team takes on the early lead by securing a victory on Cobblestone map with a 16-8, VP responded back to capture Train (16-11) and the deciding map Mirage (16-13).

About the exact same time this past year, the Polish squad didn’t qualify for the 3rd season of the ESL Pro League. In the months to follow, Virtus.pro had taken on a weary look. Fast forward to the present and the team appears fully reinvigorated, and better than ever.

Expert Wiktor “TaZ” Wojtas asserted that his team would return with a vengeance after losing in the finals of last month’s ELEAGUE Major to Astralis. Virtus.pro met that promise on the weekend when it totally destroyed Astralis in the semifinals of DreamHack Masters Las Vegas by going (16-3) on Nuke and (16-4) on Train.

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