As mentioned earlier, countless players have played for Virtus.pro over the years, with some retiring from esports and others fired from the team due to subpar performances. However, Virtus.pro usually replaces such players with others from the best esports teams. Some of the remaining players are mentioned below.
- Counter Strike: Global Offensive players are Evgeniy Lebedev, Timur Tulepov, Mareks Galinskis, Ali Dzhami, and Alexey Golubev.
- Dota 2 players are Xakoda Lipartiia, Danial Lazebny, Dmitrii Dorokhin, Ivan Moskalenko, and Danil Skutin.
- Rainbow Six Siege roster includes Ali Alan, Pavel Kosenko, Mironov Andrey, Eugin Petrishin, and Andrey Bavian.
- PlayerUnkown's Battlegrounds roster includes Dmytro Dubenyuk, Batulin Alexander, Kirill Lukyanov, Yaroslav Kuvichko, and Ramazan Valiulin.
The rosters usually change from time to time based on players' performances. The Virtus.pro organization is known to host most of the original Golden Five players, a team with the most popular roster for Counter-Strike in Poland at the time.
Virtus.pro players come from several different countries. Such include Russia, Ukraine, Estonia, Denmark, Latvia, Germany, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Slovakia, Poland, Uzbekistan, and Sweden. However, a majority of the players are from Russia. Virtus.pro has no restrictions regarding who can join the team based on country of origin. Performance is the key metric they use.