| Tags: CS:GO
| Author Marn
Talks Break Down Between Bleed eSports and Virtus.Pro According to Reports
Where will the Virtus.Pro squad eventually land in competitive CSGO?
According to recent reports from Dexerto, talks have broken down between Virtus.Pro and Singaporean organization Bleed eSports in regards to the acquisition of VP's CSGO roster. Dexerto reported that Bleed eSports had expressed interest in purchasing the roster and the talks went as far as the price of the roster being in the discussion. Sadly for the fans of Bleed eSports the talks have since broken down due to the difference in valuation between the two organizations.
They confirmed in their reports the talks to purchase the roster did not include Mareks ‘YEKINDAR’ Gaļinskis, who has been participating on the Team Liquid roster over the last few weeks. Team Liquid's General Manager Steve Perino stated on Twitter that the organization is working with the player to hopefully bring some positive news soon. YEKINDAR is currently performing with Team Liquid in the Blast Premier Fall Groups 2022 CSGO tournament.
We are working with @yek1ndar to hopefully have some good long term news soon ^_^ https://t.co/PXEC6SB5ro
— Steve Perino (@jokasteve) August 11, 2022
Following multiple sanctions on the Russian organization. Virtus.Pro's roster has been performing under the team name ‘Outsiders'. ESL and PGL have allowed the roster to perform under a neutral title, while BLAST has decided against the invitation of Russian-based rosters for the time being. Outsiders are currently sitting in the top 20 on HLTV's power rankings and will next compete in the ESL Pro League Season 16.
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