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ENCE’s doto Explains Why They Removed Allu From The Roster



Joonas Forss, known as “doto,” is a 25-year-old Finnish CS:GO player who has been playing under ENCE jersey for over nine months. Before that, he was playing for HAVU Gaming and KOVA Esports.

ENCE had been struggling to perform against the top-tier teams in the tournaments for about two years, and they had pretty harsh roster changes to stop their downfall. One of the biggest changes was the departure of Aleksi “Allu” Jalli from the team.

The Finnish organization has been competing in ESL Pro League Season 14, and they have managed to qualify for the playoffs above Astralis in Group A. In the playoffs, they also took down forZe Esports. Right now, they are going to face Natus Vincere in the semifinals.

While the tournament goes on, doto spoke in a press conference and shared his thoughts about their new player, Olek “hades” Miskiewicz, who has been playing for ENCE since Allu’s departure as a stand-in and permanently joined the roster in June.

In the conversation, doto touched upon the fact that Allu had been underperforming for a while and stated that this is the main reason why they replaced him with hades, who has been putting monstrous numbers in the server.

Furthermore, doto pointed out that hades has been taking ENCE on another level with his AWP skills and mentioned that they had a mental reset before attending ESL Pro League Season 14, which is one of the reasons why they are playing good right now.

doto on replacing Allu:

“The most important thing when we changed allu for hades is that allu really wasn’t performing that well. I fully believe that he could perform better, but he didn’t, and hades is playing super well.

He’s taking us to another level with his AWP skills and we got a mental reset after a lot of bad results since the last ESL Pro League, which lets us focus completely on getting back on track and trying to improve.”

Later in the conversation, ENCE’s coach Eetu “sAw” Saha also shared his opinion about their current performance and admitted that they don’t much have bigger names who played in top-tier tournaments, but they can easily get there in time.

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