RuHub expands to join up with Virtus.Pro and StormStudio. In addition to creating one conglomerate studio, they will also be branching out to cover other gaming divisions such as Counter-Strike, Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm and League of Legends.
— Vitalii Volochai (@v1lat) February 29, 2016
The merge is already in effect.
“The main goals of the new project will be high-quality reports and videos from tournaments, regular broadcast the most interesting games for a wide range of audiences”.
The new studio will be called RuHub and will cover Dota 2, Counter-Strike, Hearthstone, HotS and LoL. All of the current notable casters from RuHub, VP and StormStudio will represent the new venture, with new talent to be added soon. The only CIS famed organization missing from this venture is StarLadder.
When in September of last year we started RuHub work, no one could imagine that things will develop at a pace. It’s only been six months, and the studio has grown to the extent of the company. To this we responded very quickly, and now are construction works on the new studios, as well as offices in Moscow and Kiev. But this is not the main thing, the main thing – it’s the people that work for us. Everyone who comes to us, it motivated staff who know their job very well and which do not need to say what to do. In addition, our doors are always open for young talents. Our main purpose – to offer viewers quality content, what we’re going to work hard and listen to your opinion.
– Andrey “x3m4eg” Grigoriev RuHub CEO
- Dota 2
- Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
- League of Legends
- StarCraft II
- Heroes of the Storm
- Jaroslav “the NS” Kuznetsov
- Ivan “Faker” Dyomkin
- Roman “CaspeRRR” Lepekhin
- Vladimir “Maelstorm” Kuz’minov
- Vitaly “v1lat” Volochay
- Sergey “Smile” Revin
- Dmitry “LightOfHeaven” Kupriyanov
- Rustam “Adekvat” Mavlyutov
- Victor “GodHunt” Wolves
- Alex “the Lex “ Filippov
- Arseny “ceh9” Trinozhenko
- Alex “yxo” Malecki
- Dmitry “CrystalMay” Korchevinin
- Peter “Flife” Suhodimtsev
- Alexander “Enkanis” Polishchuk
- Ivan “meleeman” Abramenko
- Polina “Exilia” Parakou
- Artem “Qp3r” Cooper
- Daniel “Mahogany” Semenov
- Alexander “derrick_deny” Khitrov
- Elena “MEG” Urusova