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HAVU Gaming Signs ENCE CS:GO Player xseveN

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Sami Laasanen, known as “xseveN,” is a 25-year-old Finnish CS:GO player who had been playing for ENCE since April 2018. In his career, he earned over $200.000 from the tournaments that he attended.

HAVU Gaming announced on their official website that they added xseveN to their CS:GO roster, and the new roster will play their first match two days later against x6tence.

Furthermore, xseveN stated that he is so delighted to join HAVU Gaming and excited for the future. Also, xseveN mentioned that he has been following the HAVU for a long time and saw lots of improvements in their gameplay. Because of that, xseveN said that the future of the team is bright.

Here is the official announcement from HAVU Gaming:

“With the recent news of Aaro “hoody” Peltokangas stepping down from competing in CS:GO and being sidelined from our active roster, we are delighted to announce the transfer of his replacement from ENCE. Please welcome Sami “xseveN” Laasanen!”

xseveN said:

“I’m delighted to join HAVU and reunite with my old teammates after a long period apart. Extremely excited about this new chapter in my career! I’ve been following HAVU’s matches a lot and seen lot of collective progress and individual development. Future is bright and the goal is to have a 2nd Finnish team in the world elite.”

Head coach of HAVU, Taneli Veikkola said:

“As soon as situation where need of replacement for hoody arised, as esteemed player as xseveN was immediate first choice for us. Out of our current roster, everyone else except Joonas “doto” Forss has played with Sami in the past under iGame.com banner. I’d like to thank ENCE for smooth negotiations and I’m happy we can do things together and push the finnish scene forward.”

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