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Virtus.pro gets comfortable with DXRacer

Russian esports organisation Virtus.pro has agreed a one-year partnership with gaming chairs manufacturer DXRacer.

The company’s logo will be displayed on the team’s social media pages and website throughout 2019, and all players will conduct live-streams using DXRacer’s chairs.

In addition, DXRacer will develop a brand-new seating line using Virtus.pro colours. Roman Dvoryankin, Virtus.pro general manager, said he hoped the deal would develop into a long-term partnership.

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