Tournament organizers ESL and BLAST are yet to review the situation around Virtus.pro and their new owner. As reported by Dexerto, both companies still consider if the club should be allowed to compete under the original name at their events.
Days ago Virtus.pro got their former name back, after a whole year of competitions with the name of Outsiders. Under the new management of Aram Karamanukyan, Virtus.pro seized their connections with Russia and therefore were allowed by Valve to register for The International 2022 under the original tag.
The new investor who obtained the whole of the club is of Armenian origin, it gives organizers another round of finalizing their decision on the future of the club. It's important to mention that PGL already changed the name of the club in their releases to Virtus.pro, instead of the former "Outsiders". Their Dota 2 team is to compete at the LCQ of The International 11 that begins on October 8th.