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Ence parting ways with Allu, Hades to replace


18 Jun 2021

Nathan Bonello

Finnish organisation Ence Esports has just announced that it is parting ways with Allu. Here is their announcement:

Ence parting ways with Allu – Why?

Back in May it revealed that Allu would be taking a short break from competitive play. With his absence, the team managed to win the LOOTBET Season 9 event, and was improving tremendously. He does not mention the exact reason for his departure, but after the team’s win it was expected.

Here are Allu’s best achievements with Ence:

  • 2nd in IEM Katowice Major 2019 – 3rd March 2019 – $150,000
  • 1st at BLAST Pro Series: Madrid 2019 – 11th May 2019 – $125,000
  • 1st in StarSeries & i-League CS:GO Season 6 – 14th October 2018 – $125,000

This is what, Niklas “Willkey” Ojalainen, General Manager said about the move:

“In May, after we heard about the need for allu to take time off from competing, our CS:GO team was put into an awkward position, where their future was not completely clear. This is, of course, a situation we don’t want to keep our players in. We have been practising and playing with hades, and he has shown great potential and results already. We want to give him the shot he deserves in our roster. By doing this, we cement our roster once again and can fully concentrate on improving and moving forward.”

Who are they getting as a replacement?

To replace the Finnish awper, Ence are bringing on Olek “hades” Miskiewicz. He is 21 years of age and a professional player from Poland and started his career in 2018. For the most part he played with Polish teams. But now he’s switching it up by joining Ence as an international team.

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