Russian esports group Virtus.professional introduced that it has signed long-time participant Dmitriy “hurma” Geynts as a content material creator. Geynts will give attention to creating content material equivalent to movies and streaming revolving round battle royale recreation Fortnite.
Virtus.professional CEO Sergey Glamazda stated in an announcement that Geynts’ content material creation is a component of a bigger initiative to create content material in 2021. Geynts’ content material might be made obtainable on Virtus.professional’s standalone Fortnite channel on YouTube.
Virtus.professional competes in Counter-Strike: International Offensive, Fortnite, Dota 2, Auto Chess, and Rainbow Six Siege. The corporate remained comparatively quiet in 2020; in July it introduced a partnership with Haval Motor Manufacturing Rus LLC, which distributes the Chinese language automotive model’s SUVs and spare elements throughout the Russian Federation.
Virtus.professional is owned by ESforce Holding, which additionally owns broadcasting and manufacturing firm Ru Hub and match organizer EPICENTER.