Original article by: AFK Gaming
- ENCE issues a statement from their side following public backlash.
- The organization stated that they will be internally evaluating their CS:GO team’s situation.
- ENCE came under fire following allu’s statements on removal of Aleksib and sergej’s motivation issues.
ENCE has finally come forward with a statement addressing the “existing problems” that the organization faces. It was evident that the organization was in a state of disarray following their trail of poor performances, with the specific problems being highlighted by Aleksi “allu” Jalli in a recent interview with HLTV.
Some of the issues pointed out by allu were related to the removal of former ENCE in-game leader Aleksi “Aleksib” Virolainen and motivational problems specific to Jere “sergej” Salo who recently left the organization in order to fulfil compulsory military service.
ENCE Issues Statement On Their CS:GO Team
Following allu’s statement on various topics that were discussed in a recent interview with HLTV, the Finnish organization has come forth with a statement saying that “Following Monday’s events, we are currently internally processing the situation.”
While taking full responsibility for “not understanding the severity of the existing problems,” ENCE said that together with their CS:GO team they will be addressing this issue internally and will soon be giving an update on the situation.
Allu’s statements on both Aleksib and sergej had led to the exposure of many underlying issues that the team had faced in the past year or so. Allu along with ENCE had received a lot of backlash from the CS:GO community as both former and current members on the CS:GO lineup had spoken upon the situation saying things like,
I'm not going to open out more about this situation because its a mental health thing and that is not for me or twitter to handle. Old teammates can back up my tweet though. Just wanted to let this out cause no one else did/could. https://t.co/lKCcqh5zqG— Jere Salo (@sergej_cs) December 14, 2020
Kiitos— Aleksi (@AleksibCSGO) December 14, 2020
Other Finnish players like Sami “xseveN” Laasanen and Joonas “doto” Forss were also a part of this controversial outbreak that took place on Monday. ENCE immediately came under fire for not having addressed these issues earlier and moreover not even talking about all this publicly ever before.
Finally, the organization has started some sort of a discussion on this matter and they will give an update on this situation very soon. Already one of their recently signed player Elias “Jamppi” Olkkonen is in a bad situation of his own with Valve, now with the whole team under the radar, it will be interesting to see how ENCE defuses this situation going forward.