Earlier this year, we reported on the news that Aleksi "allu" Jalli would be stepping down from the active roster of ENCE, due to "personal reasons". Now, it has been officially confirmed by the esports organisation that Allu will be leaving ENCE.
Revealed in a blog post, the decision was made by head coach, Eetu "sAw" Saha and the general manager, Niklas "Willkey" Ojalainen "to continue forward without allu in the roster."
"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," said Willkey. "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."
Allu also made a statement about the decision, saying, "Every story has an ending and today my time with ENCE's CS:GO team has concluded. This is a day that brings me a lot of different emotions when thinking back. The past three years feel like they've gone past so quickly. So many things have happened, both good and not so good. But I want to cherish the positives."
Allu signed off by stating, "I'm eager to see what the future holds and where it takes me."