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Dignitas has mutually parted ways with its Rocket League coach Virge

ViolentPanda has also left the team.

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Dignitas has announced that it is making a few changes to its Rocket League coaching staff. John "Virge" Willis has left the team after being with them since 2019, over which time the roster won the RLCS Season 9 - Europe event, earning a respectable $96,000 cash prize.

Dignitas made a statement over Twitter regarding the release of Virge, saying, "Today we mutually part ways with the OG Rocket League coach, @Virge.

Thank you for all the work that you have done for us, and we will be cheering for you in the future."

On top of this, the team has revealed that Jos "ViolentPanda" van Meurs, who has played for Digniats since 2018 is also moving on from the team. Dignitas talked about the matter, stating, "The end of an era.

Today we say thank you and farewell to @ViolentPandaRL as he takes the next steps in his legendary journey."

There has been no word as to what Virge or ViolentPanda's plans are for the future.

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