V1lat: Outsiders players give Virtus.pro 60-90% of team sticker money


Ukrainian esports caster Vitalii "v1lat" Vololochai shared a spreadsheet, supposedly from Virtus.pro's contract agreement. He states that their CS:GO players will receive only 40% of team sicker money for IEM Rio Major 2022. The caster posted this information on his Telegram channel.

Guess the nicknames of the players who signed under these conditions, and who will give away 60% of the sticker money to the Armenian org from Yerevan.

Vitalii "v1lat" Vololochai
Major Status | player's share from stickers | top 5-8 | top 2-4 | top-1<br><br>

The sheet states that this contract is active from May 2022 till the end of 2025 and that these are the conditions for the team sticker money of the "first Major," supposedly PGL Major Antwerp 2022. It is possible that the agreements for Rio were the same.

There are two types of stickers at the Majors, the player stickers and the team stickers. Supposedly, the contract is about the latter. Different teams share these differently. Some share them 50/50, and others might give away most of the money to the players, as NiP supposedly does.

Between the last Majors, the team changed its ownership to an Armenian investor Aram Karamanukyan. After that, they were allowed to play at Dota 2 The International 2022 under the Virtus.pro tag. Previously, the organization was sanctioned as a Russian pro-government structure and banned from the events. Players had to participate as Outsiders under a neutral flag. In CS:GO, they still keep that tag for unknown reasons.


VP Virtus.pro

v1lat Vitalii Volochai


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