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Virtus.pro Win cs_summit 7, Third Trophy in a Row

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Virtus.pro are cs_summit 7 champions
Virtus.pro forgot how to lose in recent times. (Credit: Virtus.pro)

Virtus.pro are arguably the most in-form CS:GO team around. They have won the last three international LANs they took part in, the latest being cs_summit 7. Dzhami "Jame" Ali and co. did not lose a single map and finished the impressive run with a win over Fnatic.

Anyone who thought Virtus.pro would go down the CS:GO drain after their Polish armada disbanded last year is either pleasantly or unpleasantly surprised right now. The old AVANGAR lineup is doing great under the VP banner and are currently sitting comfortably within the world top 10 with three consecutive trophies to their name.


Virtus.pro Champions at cs_summit 7 Over Fnatic

We can't go too wild in glorifying Virtus.pro's achievements of late as admittedly, none of their titles came against the best available competition. With that in mind, three titles in a row are three titles in a row and we can't leave that unnoticed.

Especially considering that no one took a map off Jame's squad. Fnatic, FURIA, mousesports and Ninjas in Pyjamas twice could not threaten VP's position of champions. However, you may question the competition, the dominance somewhat compensates for all of that.


cs_summit 7 Final

Virtus.pro - Fnatic

  • 16:14 (Inferno)
  • 16:8 (Vertigo)

Success at cs_summit 7 brings $100,000 profit to the VP boys. They, as well as final opponents Fnatic, will return to action at the IEM Katowice Play-In on February 16-17.

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