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Allu On Valorant: “I Can’t See Myself Playing That Game”



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Aleksi Jalli, known as “Allu,” is a 29-year-old Finnish CS:GO player who had played for teams like FaZe Clan, G2 Esports, Ninjas In Pyjamas, and more. Most recently, he had been playing for ENCE.

Allu spoke in a recent interview with Dexerto’s Luis Mira and talked about his departure from ENCE as well as his opinion about the new and popular FPS game, Valorant.

After Riot Games released Valorant, there were lots of people in the Counter-Strike scene who switched to the new FPS game such as Oscar “mixwell” Cañellas Colocho, Tyson “TenZ” Ngo, and more.

However, Allu pointed out that he thought about playing Valorant for a second and even downloaded the game, but he actually never played the game at all and recently deleted it from his computer.

As the Finnish AWP player said, he can’t see himself playing Valorant in the future and mentioned that he truly loves Counter-Strike and doesn’t have any intention to switch games. Also, Allu added that his opinion might change if he had played the game.

Allu shared his opinion about Valorant:

The thought was in my head for like a minute. I’ve never played the game. I did download it, but I recently removed it because I needed to free some space on my hard drive.

I’ve watched some streams just to see how it is, also because Jamppi plays it, so I was trying to see what was up there. But it just doesn’t… I can’t see myself playing that game.

I haven’t played it, so my opinion could be different if I had. But in the end, CS has given me so much. I truly love this game. I have no reason to switch.

Later in the conversation, Allu also revealed that he thought about rejoining ENCE at some point but he realized that it would be impossible as they are performing really well with the new roster.

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