Yes, maybe not fitting on this category, but I have to say what is right.
Unless people stop playing random maps and start playing pre-made maps, there isn't a single person who are deserved to be called as 'pro' in this game. Indeed there are people who are (very) good at this game, but none of them are, by definition, are pros.
Ask any 'pro' players outside of this game, or heck any semi-decent players from highly competitive games like Dota, HoN or any MOBA games and ask them whether 'random' has place in competitive scene. Ask FPS players such as CS 1.6, CSS and COD2/4 players.
There is a reason why chance-based heroes and items are seldom picked in MOBA games.
There is a reason why popular promods for COD series eliminated random deviation of the gun spread.
There is a reason why CS:GO is getting slammed due to gun recoil from CS players.
The only meaningful benefit of randomly generated map is that it creates 'interesting' situations and you won't be ever get bored by playing maps. But 'interesting' is not equal to 'competitive'.
And it is not like that people got bored of pre-made maps. The fact is that bloody no one even tried to play these maps, saying 'the maps suck', 'not for pro'.
How the hell you know if you have not even tried such maps in the first place?
I stopped playing online 3 years ago, and recently Rebellion re-fired my interested in online gaming. Nothing has been changed. Even basic strategy like openings have not been created/refined thanks to randomness of the map we are playing.
The saddest part is that vast majority of people will miss some of the most interesting and well-made premade maps, such as...
And other maps I forgot to mention or do not know.
Sometimes I try to host with these maps, and all I have gotten are insults and whines. For 3 years I see nothing is changed...... We should stop using the word 'pro' for this game, since it is such harsh insults and embarrassing self-claiming for real professionals from other games.