Virtus.pro release pashaBiceps
The 30-year-old has been inactive since December, when Virtus.pro announced their new lineup. While Filip "NEO" Kubski was released from the organization at that time, Virtus.pro stated that they would reveal "future plans together with pashaBiceps in the next year".
"Today we say goodbye to a renowned esports legend. pashaBiceps played a crucial role in making Virtus.Pro a dominant force in Europe and CIS and for this we will always be grateful to Jaroslaw. I respect his decision to explore other options and would like to wish him and his family all the best in whatever is coming up next. It’s been an honor and privilege to work with you." - Roman Dvoryankin, Virtus.pro General Manager
"Virtus.pro has been my home for many years, but now it’s time to move ahead and make a next big step for me. Thanks to everyone and good luck to the new guys. I will take a small break, but Papito will be back like Terminator – better and stronger" - pashaBiceps
During his time in Virtus.pro, almost five years spent playing for the Russian organization, pashaBiceps won 11 international events, including one Major, EMS One Katowice 2014. He also won three MVP medals, including one at the aforementioned Major, and earned two entries in the Top 20 players of the year list, placing as high as #3 in 2014.