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CS:GO Player Aerial Steps Down From ENCE Due To The Health Problems

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Jani Jussila, known as “Aerial,” is a 27-year-old Finnish CS:GO player who has been playing for ENCE since April 2018. In his career, he earned over $200.000 from the tournaments he attended.

Aerial made a statement on the official website of ENCE and revealed why he has been underperforming recently while announcing his break from the game.

In the statement, Aerial stated that he has been feeling issues about his well-being for a while and this problem is affecting his performance. Because of that, he wanted to take a break from the game and prioritize his health over everything.

While thanking to his teammates and the organization for their support, he also showed how an important issue he has. Also, Aerial admitted that this was a hard decision to make, and it took him so long to make this call.

Here is the statement from Aerial:

“I have felt issues with my well-being for a while, which ultimately hinders my capability to compete at this level. This decision was extremely hard to make and it took me a long time to make the call. Now it’s time for me to prioritize myself and my well-being over everything else.

I would like to thank my teammates for their understanding, our fans for all their support and to everyone at ENCE for their help. I’m not sure when I’ll be able to come back to play yet. Now it’s time to put focus on myself.”

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