Actual performance statistics can hardly be overestimated. So on the website EGamersWorld, you will always find actual information about the recent performance of ENCE.
How ENCE was playing in the last matches:
The last 5 matches: the number of victories amounts 3 (60%).
The last 10 matches: the number of victories amounts 6 (60%).
The number of matches, which were played by ENCE in the past 3 months - 18. Also, the number of won matches - 10, which amounted 56%.
The number of matches, which were played by ENCE in the past year - 89. Also, the number of won matches - 56, which amounted 63%.
ENCE will play the nearest match with the team Movistar Riders at the tournament ESL Pro League Season 18 on 29.09.2023.
It is worth reminding that the last match of ENCE was carried out against the team BIG at the tournament ESL Pro League Season 18 on 10.09.2023.
The team ENCE won that match with a score of 1:2.
The last matches of ENCE do not make their fans happy. 3 victory(victories) in 5 matches make us think that the team has not gained its gaming shape.
ENCE is a Finnish multi-gaming organization that has CS:GO, PUBG, Hearthstone, StarCraft II, and League of Legends rosters. The CS:GO roster made the organization truly successful and popular.
ENCE’s first appearance on the professional CS:GO stage happened in 2013. Then the Finnish organization signed young gamers from TOOMUCHVIDEOGAMES. The debut roster included:
It happened in the middle of April 2013, and in May SAGGERTON’s spot was taken by aslak. This was ENCE’s roster for several tournaments and the last of them was ESL Major Series One – Summer 2013: Cup #1. ENCE took 17-24 place at not a prestigious weekly tournament, after that the organization released all five gamers for good.
The organization managed to resume their participation in the events of the CS:GO competitive stage in September 2013. The new roster was made up by:
The same roster helped ENCE to participate in small tournaments. However, the the roster proved that they were promising as the team managed to win ESPC CS:GO 3#. Right after that there was another change in the team: reVicer left the roster. The spot of the former players was given to naSu.
Bad Streak and Departure From the Professional Stage
2014 started with an up note. ENCE won Lantrek 2014 in January, and February brought them third place at Assembly Winter 2014 and 3-4 place at EMS One: Katowice 2014 – Nordic Regional Finals.
However, in the same month ENCE failed the qualifiers for EMS One Katowice 2014, and later got kicked out of the qualifiers for the second season of FBM. The team could not find their game till the end of the year: they continued failing at the qualifiers for different tournaments. In April-May 2014, the team took 5-8 place at the qualifiers for FACEIT Spring League 2014, DreamHack Summer 2014 Online Pre-Qualifier, and DreamHack Summer 2014.
After a string of setbacks, the management of the club made a decision to dismiss the roster and leave the competitive Counter-Strike. ENCE’s comeback to the big esports stage happened in 2016.
ENCE announced their comeback to the competitive stage in January 2016. Then the roster was represented by:
This lineup played for ENCE at all possible qualifiers for big and medium championships, but their performances were not always successful. The most high-flying tournaments in 2016 for the Finnish club was: Assembly Winter 2016 where the Finnish took second place, ESEA Season 21: Premier Division – Europe with the second place for ENCE again, Operation: Kinguin #2 where ENCE became the winners, Vectorama 2016 with a victory for ENCE again, and IeSF World Championship 2016 where the gamers finished in first place too.
In August of the same year, ENCE lost one of the leaders – allu, and also the team said goodbye to juho. And again the Finnish organization entered the reshuffle period.
At the end of 2016, the other gamers of the previous roster left ENCE, and the Finnish organization again had to assemble a team. The new roster appeared in 2017, it was made up by little-known gamers. The gamers were:
- joel B
However, the organization did not win the bid. 2017 was a disaster for the organization: the CS:GO roster lost absolutely all tournaments the gamers participated in, what is more, tremendously. The best result for the team was 7-8 place at Vectorama 2017.
In June 2017, ENCE released the gamers mentioned above. In 2018, the organization ENCE went through drastic changes. In March 2018, they signed a two-year contract with allu, and in April they completed the roster with more famous players. The final lineup looked in the following way:
In August, Twista joined the roster and one month later, ENCE’s star started shining.
ENCE Joining Tier-1 Stage
Even though the first couple of months after completing the roster were not successful, the autumn changed it. In October, ENCE won the biggest tournament in the history of the organization – StarSeries & i-League CS:GO Season 6. Two months later, ENCE became the champions of DreamHack Open Winter 2018, and in January 2019 the gamers won Europe Minor Championship – Katowice 2019 providing themselves with a trip to the first major tournament for the organization.
The Finnish gamers were not limited to the championship only. Fantastically, allu’s team managed to make it to the final of the tournament where the gamers got beaten by Astralis. It was a resounding success for ENCE. And it was not the end for ENCE.
In March, the team won BLAST Pro Series: Madrid 2019, and in June, the gamers took second place at DreamHack Masters Dallas 2019, after that they got placed on the second position at Intel Extreme Masters XIV – Chicago.
In August 2019, ENCE signed suNny who had to fill in for Aleksib at the upcoming StarLadder Berlin Major 2019. There ENCE took 5-8 place and two month later, the gamers were able to get second place at CS:GO Asia Championship 2019.
Online Format in the Pandemic Conditions
2020 was shocking for the majority of organizations and ENCE was one of them. The transition to the online format made an influence. ENCE’s results worsened. In the pandemic period, the gamers won only BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 European Showdown. But the Finnish organization had to reshuffle again.
In April, ENCE signed Jamppi, and in August, the team lost xseveN, later, in October, Aerial left the lineup, and in November, sergej left the team too.
Organization and Grabs
ENCE’s CEO is Mika Kuusisto, the manager of the club is Willkey, and the captain’s position is taken by sunny. The coach’s post is held by sAw.
ENCE collaborate with famous brands including Telia, ASUS, Republic of Gamers, Wolt, Red Bull, Logitech G, noblechairs, Bitfactor, Jimm’s PC-Store, Nitro Casino.
Since the moment the CS:GO subdivision was created, the gamers have brought the organization over $1,000,000 of grabs.