The esports organisation Virtus.pro has announced that its tenure with Sergey Glamazda as its CEO has come to an end, as Glamazda has officially left the team. Originally becoming the CEO of the organisation in January 2020, Glamazda has helped V.P grow and even launch various new initiatives, including the VP.Prodigy academy team.
"I'm grateful to Virtus.pro for this amazing journey we shared together over the course of the last two and a half years. I remember every tournament, every win and every loss. The victories made me proud, while defeats, for which I always took responsibility, taught me," said Glamazda.
"Thank you to brilliant players that bring their talents to the club and make it stronger every day. Thank you to the fans that inspired me with their emotions, comments, and memes. I'm glad I got to know all of you! I keep cheering for "The Bears" as a humble viewer."
Going forward, the position of CEO at Virtus.pro will be abolished, and the duties of the role will be operated by "a team of top managers from VP's parent company ESforce Holding." Each gaming discipline will still be run by senior managers of V.P, despite the general management being handled by ESforce.