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SUYGETSU acquires visa to attend VCT Masters Copenhagen

He’s back.



Dmitry “SUYGETSU” Ilyushin, a Russian VALORANT player, said today on Twitter that he is prepared to depart for VCT Masters Copenhagen after obtaining a visa.

To make the modification possible, the playoff games’ schedule may need to be adjusted.

During their VCT Masters run, FPX competed against Alliance player Mathias “SEIDER” Seider. FPX overcame XERXIA Esports in their opening match but lost to the Korean squad DRX in the group winners’ match.

Later today, FPX will play NORTHEPTION for the right to represent Group B in the playoffs. In the opening round of the playoffs, the champion of the match will face Fnatic, who won the EMEA region.


The continuing turmoil in Ukraine has prevented many Russian professional athletes from leaving the country. Since Russia invaded the nation in Eastern Europe on February 24, many nations have responded by closing their borders to Russian planes, making it challenging for Russians to go overseas.

According to Dot Esports on July 8, fellow Russian player Andrey “Shao” Kiprsky was able to join VCT Masters before the group stage because he obtained his visa before to SUYGETSU. Kyrylo “ANGE1” Karasov, the in-game leader, was also permitted to leave Ukraine.

Today will continue to be VCT Masters. Both FPX and OpTic will compete against NORTHEPTION and KRÜ Esports, respectively.