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Virtus.pro has parted ways with its Rainbow Six Siege analyst Andreezy

He has left to join Delta Project.

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The Russian esports organisation Virtus.pro has announced that it has parted ways with its Rainbow Six: Siege analyst Andrey "Andreezy" Bavian. After joining the team as a player in May, Andreezy shifted to a coaching position in late June, and now will be leaving the team to join Delta Project as a player once again.

"Playing in a team of such professionals and being able to grow both as a person and a player was a blessing for me," said Andreezy. "I want to thank the players and management for believing and supporting me all the way. For now I need to move on and become a solid player. I wish my former teammates good luck in all the upcoming tournaments!"

V.P has announced that we can look forward to a new roster coach announcement soon. As for when the team will be competing again, the next tournament on the cards will be the European League 2021 - Stage 3 set for this September.

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