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ENCE

Finland - Europe

ENCE is an esports organization from Finland that was founded in 2013. It is considered as home to players from many areas of esports universe – PLAYERUNKNOWNS BATTLEGROUNDS, StarCraft 2, HeartStone and of course, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

ENCE had focused primarily on its national CS:GO scene in Finland. When they managed to win StarSeries and i-League CS:GO Season 6 in October of 2018, they decided to extend their horizons.

They currently hold the 2nd rank in the world of esports which is by far the best record in their history.

Their story began after winning IeSF World Championship in 2016. The team’s amazing performance had the ball rolling for them.

In 2018, they managed to capture 2nd place in DreamHack Open Montreal. After that, they finished 1st in StarSeries and i-League CS:GO Season 6, which opened up the door of the world stage for them.

Later that year, they won on the DreamHack Open Winter 2018, finishing the year with a strong message that they had come to stay where they belong, among the top teams.

They continued to roll in the same fashion, as they took the 1st place in Europe Minor Championship – Katowice 2019.

A couple of months later, they came up short in the finals of Intel Extreme Masters XIII – Katowice Major 2019, taking the 2nd place.

In May of 2019, they went back on their winning track, seizing 1st place in BLAST Pro Series: Madrid.

In June of the same year, they missed another opportunity to win a championship, losing in the finals of DreamHack Masters Dallas 2019, taking 2nd place.

The previous defeat did not stop them from keeping their confidence, as they went on to win Telia Esports Series Season 1 during the same month.

Team players

allu
allu
Aerial
Aerial
xseveN
xseveN
Aleksib
Aleksib
sergej
sergej

Team coach

Slaava Räsänen (Twista)

Achievements

BLAST Pro Series: Madrid 2019 logo
BLAST Pro Series: Madrid 2019
First place in BLAST Pro Series: Madrid 2019
Price:$125,000
IEM XIII - Katowice Major 2019 logo
IEM XIII - Katowice Major 2019
Second place in IEM XIII - Katowice Major 2019
Price:$150,000
(Intel Extreme Masters)
StarSeries & i-League CS:GO Season 6 logo
StarSeries & i-League CS:GO Season 6
First place in StarSeries & i-League CS:GO Season 6
Price:$125,000
DreamHack Open Winter 2018 logo
DreamHack Open Winter 2018
First place in DreamHack Open Winter 2018
Price:$50,000
Europe Minor Championship - Katowice 2019 logo
Europe Minor Championship - Katowice 2019
First place in Europe Minor Championship - Katowice 2019
Price:$30,000

Team videos

BLAST Pro Madrid 2019
Astralis VS ENCE (final)
BLAST Pro Madrid 2019
Behind The Scenes