Owner of Virtus.Pro Anton “Sneg1” Cherepennikov and Virtus.Pro will be taking over Moscow Cyber Stadium, preventing it from being shut down.
Moscow Cyber Stadium announced yesterday morning on their VK (Russian facebook) that they would be closing.
Later yesterday afternoon Virtus.Pro organization announced on Facebook that the organization would have their own stadium.
The Russian club owner had also Sneg1 reported on his VK account that Virtus.Pro will be involved in taking over the stadium, rumored to be shutting down due to financial problems and promised to provide more information in September.
Estimated floor area is 2000 square meters. That is all the details. But be patient, we will post more information in September. You won’t have to wait so long.
Moscow Cyber Stadium
Moscow Cyber Stadium is the only esports arena located in Moscow and is estimated to be 2000 square meters with four separate zones, a coffee bar and auditorium. It is equipped with 80 computers and gear and has been set up to accommodate LANs, bootcamps and other private events.
In the past it has held several big Russian LANs including Uprise Champions Cup, DreamHack Moscow 2014 and Moscow Fighting Arena 2015.