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Allu On ENCE Controversy: “It’s Something That I Honestly Did Not Deserve”



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Aleksi Jalli, known as “Allu,” is a 29-year-old Finnish CS:GO player who had played for top-tier teams such as Ninjas In Pyjamas and FaZe Clan. Since March 2018, he had been playing for ENCE.

ENCE had been struggling to perform in the tournaments for a while now, and they started to make roster changes last year. However, the biggest controversy happened when the star player Jere “sergej” Salo decided to take a break.

While sergej stated that he doesn’t have the motivation to grind, he also pointed out that Allu is one of the main reasons why he made this decision and said that he is not the good guy that he seemed.

Furthermore, Allu received huge criticism on social media and decided to step down in May 2021 as ENCE moved to the international roster. After about three months, ENCE farewelled their veteran player.

During a recent interview with Dexerto, Allu talked about the controversy which led him to leave the Finnish organization as well as talking about his future.

In the conversation, Allu pointed out that all the lynch he has gone through is something that he did not deserve. Even though he doesn’t mind the public speech, he admitted that they all affected him at some point.

Additionally, the Finnish AWP player stated that the narrative about him being a bad person doesn’t reflect the truth. According to Allu, every story has two sides, and he didn’t want to tell his side of the story.

Allu shared his opinion about the ENCE situation in the interview:

“What happened to me was kind of hard. I think it’s something that I honestly did not deserve. I don’t mind the public speech, it has not been a concern of mine throughout my career, but it obviously affects me because you just hear stuff.

It’s just the narrative, like I’m the most terrible person. That’s just funny. It’s not true. Every coin has two sides, and I’ve kept my side of the story with me.”

Later in the conversation, Allu also talked about his return and said that he wants to prove to people that he can play even with old age just like any other people can do in traditional sports such as football and basketball.

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