Sergey Glamazda replaces Roman Dvoryankin as Virtus.pro GM
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Virtus.pro has announced the departure of its general manager, Roman Dvoryankin. In order not to disrupt current operations, he will leave part ways with the organization in January 2020.
Dvoryankin will make room for Sergey Glamazda, former new verticals director at the global analytics and consulting company Nielsen. He joined Nielsen in 2009 as an account manager, and after three years, he became the COO of Nielsen Ukraine and Kazakhstan. In 2015 Glamazda was promoted to lead operations of Nielsen Russia, and in 2017, he became the new verticals and partnerships director.
ESforce Holding CEO, Emin Antony commented on the departure:
"We thank Roman for his work as Virtus.pro general manager. With his participation, the club got an amazing boost in sports results as well as in the media publicity. Virtus.pro became one of the most powerful esports organizations worldwide, regularly challenging top-1 position. We wish Roman best of luck in his further career."
"I also welcome Sergey to our team. With his experience and mindset, I am sure we will achieve new horizons with Virtus.pro and strengthen our positions as one of the most successful esports clubs."
Under Dvoryankin’s management, Virtus.pro has won 18 tournaments across CS:GO, Dota 2, League of Legends, and Paladins, earning $13.7 million in prize money.