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Setting up the Trade Kills

The most important pillar of making a good CS:GO team is ensuring trades. In this section, I’ve picked out a round from BLAST Madrid. This round was from the group stages when ENCE played Astralis on Dust2.

 



 

In Round 11, ENCE are go into a 4v4. xseveN got a pick through a smoke at long. When ENCE took short, Nicolai “device” Reedtz got an AWP pick and fell back. In this round Aleksib calls for an A-split. What’s interesting is how ENCE play it out. ENCE have sergej use two smokes from short. One for short and one to cover between car and long. ENCE then have three players push long.

By using this chain of events, ENCE diminishes the trading power of Astralis while increasing their own. By having sergej throw the smokes, device cannot commit to trading the players at long. Sergej understands this and holds his position knowing that device will have to split his attention between short and long. This allows ENCE to have stronger trade potential for the three man pack as they clear pit. While ENCE are unable to close this round, it displays ENCE’s ability to use a passive lurker to allow increased trade potential for their main hit.

 

Structured 3 man setups

 

ENCE is a team that also has a clear idea of what they want to do if they get in a small man situation on either side of the map. The two examples I’ve picked out from this section are two games from BLAST. One against Na`Vi on the CT-side and one against Astralis on the T-side.

 



 

ENCE played Na`Vi at BLAST Madrid on Mirage. In the 14th round of the half, ENCE were in a 3v4 situation after losing out in the trades for mid control. In response to this, ENCE do a creative setup. They have Aleksib take control of B halls with his AUG, have Allu control short from window, and have sergej hold near connector towards A-site. In this scenario one of three things happens:

  1. Na`Vi push out B. In this scenario Aleksib will get a favorable duel because of his AUG.
  2. Na`Vi take short control. If this happens, Allu can get a kill. If he misses, he can fall back and call the info. Depending on what he sees, he can have sergej swing out and trade.
  3. Na`Vi go towards A. In this situation, sergej gives ENCE a chance to do the retake as he is cutting off players from pushing all the way into jungle or ticket.

In this particular round, it’s scenario number 2 as Na`Vi try to do a B split. Allu gets his shot off and sergej swings to get another player, leaving ENCE in a 3v2. From there they win the round.

The second example comes from the finals against Astralis on Train.

 



 

In the sixth round of that game, ENCE go for their standard four man execute on the B-site with xseveN lurking. Device gets two players in the hit, but ENCE are able to kill the two riflers on the site and plant the bomb. In this scenario, xseveN has some leeway in how he wants to play this round. He can rejoin his team, play from ivy, play from tcon, or hold ladder. In this instance, ENCE and xseveN understand that xseveN needs to buy as much space as possible.

ENCE understand that a typical CT-side default is two on A, two on B, and a rotator. They have killed the small-site anchor and the rotator. The last remaining player is device at the back of the site. They have the utility they need to close the gap, but they need time to make it happen. Astralis understand this too, as both Emil “Magisk” Rief and Peter “dupreeh” Rasmussen start to look for potential aim duels against xseveN. XseveN cleverly runs out of T-main to olof. While he gets zero kills here, he forces both Magisk and dupreeh to run over and clear him out. This let’s his two teammates close the gap on device, kill him, and get a better postplant scenario in the 2v2. ENCE is one of the best teams at understanding how to maximize their positional advantages in the 3v3 scenarios and this has been on of the key reasons why they have been successful in 2019.

 

Staying a step ahead of the meta

ENCE often have clever setups or tactics that counter the established meta. The best example of this comes from their battle against Astralis on Train at BLAST Madrid.

 



 

One of the typical ways of clearing out popdog as the T-side is to throw a molly to flush out the pop player. Then have someone throw a flash over T-main, and have a third play come out and kill now blind player. This is exactly what ENCE did to Astralis in the eighth round of this game.

In the 22nd round, Astralis decided to use a similar tactic. Aerial had been playing fairly aggressively around olof for most of the half. In response, Astralis first cleared out that position. Upon realizing that he wasn’t there, they intuited that he was likely in popdog. They used the same molly, popflash combo to kill him. ENCE’s setup however was a counter to that typical tactic. When Aerial was mollied out of popdog, he strafes out of popdog and looks directly into the wall. At the same time, Aleksib throws his molly at T-main. Aerial then swings aorund and kills Dupreeh.

This sequence is clever for multiple reasons. First it allows for Aerial to get a 50/50 duel against Dupreeh. Secondly, the timing of Aleksib’s molly means that only one player can make it out of T-main, so if Aerial wins the duel he cannot be traded. Finally, Aleksib can trade Aerial in the event that Dupreeh is the one who wins the duel.

This attention to detail is one of the reasons why ENCE have been one of the best teams in the world.

 

Setting up the long game:

One of the trends that all of the great in-game leaders have is conditioning the opponent. They are able to string a bunch of rounds together that can manipulate or convince the enemy to run a certain type of aggression or setup. Aleksib has this characteristic as well. Two examples of this are from BLAST Madrid against Astralis and IEM Katowice against Na`Vi.

ENCE played Astralis on Train in the finals of BLAST Madrid. In the first seven rounds of Train did not go for any structured take of ladder room. In the third, he had Allu rush it. In the fifth, sergej took it in mid round. In the sixth, they went for a 4 man hit on the B-site. It is only in the eighth we see ENCE use mass utility to take control of pop and in that round, they get two opening kills for their trouble.

This round ordering seems to be by design. In the first few rounds of the half, ENCE didn’t do a safe clear of pop. They realize that Astralis will recognize this and will naturally start to put someone there. This is what happens in the sixth round as Dupreeh takes control of pop early. Later on in the round, xseveN lurks out mid and sees that Dupreeh was in pop. Once this information is relayed to Aleksib, that is when Aleksib decides to call for the molly take of pop in the next rifle round. He understands that there is a higher than average possibility that Astralis will go for pop control as they haven’t seen ENCE call for a full utility take of it yet and that is when Aleksib calls for it.

Another example of Aleksib conditioning his opponents is from the semifinals of IEM Katowice Major.

 



 

The game was also on Train. ENCE stuck to their bread and butter for most of the half as they opted for fast paced executes to either win rounds or grind down the economy of Na`Vi. What is notable here is that every time they went for the A-site, they always made sure to have xseveN lurk at ivy. He varied up the timings throughout the half and this sometimes caught Na`Vi off guard.

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By the time the 13th round starts, Na`Vi are conditioned into thinking that someone will lurk out from ivy. This was all a setup by Aleksib though as in this outer execute, he has xseveN join the pack. In addition to that, he has the team throw the smoke to cut off ivy from yard, rather than having it be in lane.

This sequence of rounds allows for a few things. First it gives ENCE a better line of sight down lane so that they can trade. With 4 players instead of 3, there trading power is stronger than their previous hits. Secondly, they’ve conditioned Denis “electronic” Sharipov to focus on ivy, and this allows them to close the gap and kill Ioann “Edward” Sukhariev before electronic can adjust. Finally, by calling this round at this point in the half, Aleksib increases his chances at both winning the round and breaking the economy of Na`Vi.

 

The Push Back

2018 saw ENCE grow throughout the season as they climbed up the competitive ladder through the tier two scene. In 2019 we have seen the fruits of those labors. Second at the IEM Katowice Major, top 3 at BLAST Sao Paulo, top 8 at StarSeries i-League Season 7, and a victory at BLAST Madrid.

While each of the five players stepped up throughout this time period, the most consistent factor in ENCE’s success has been their tactics. These five months have been an incredible showing for Aleksib as one of CS:GO’s leaders. The next five months will be a push back from the elite teams in the world. Teams like Astralis, Na`Vi, and Liquid will now start to study ENCE in earnest. All of the top teams will soon recognize that ENCE’s greatest strength is their tactics and teamplay. Soon teams will specifically start to anti-strat ENCE’s trading tendencies, 3v3s, CT-side aggression, and multi-round setups and find ways to either counter it or diminish its effects.

For Aleksib, the next five months will be a turning point in his career. If he can weather the storm and stay a step ahead of the competition, he will establish himself as one of the great tactical leaders of modern CS:GO.

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ENCE are one of the hottest rising teams in the world. Their finals at IEM Katowice 2019, top 8 finish at StarLadder i-League Season 7, and victory at BLAST Madrid put them as a solid top 5 team with potential to grow. What makes ENCE is that they don’t rely on individual players to carry the day. Unlike teams like FaZe, they don’t require their superstar player going off. Jere “sergej” Salo cam be alright for a tournament and other teammates can pick up the slack. At the Major for instance, we saw Sami “xseveN” Laasanen carry ENCE over the line with his great clutching. At BLAST, we saw Jani “Aerial” Jussila’s aggressive rifling making the difference. The most consistent factor that defines ENCE’s victory isn’t any of the star players, but rather Aleksi “Aleksib” Virolainen’s system and tactics. In some ways, the ENCE system resembles Astralis. Each of the players have a defined role within the system. The system is defined by Aleksib and Slaava “Twista” Rasanen, the coach. While the infrastructure is similar, there are subtle differences in how the roles are divvied up. On the T-side: Sergej and xseveN play the wings, Aleksib and Aerial take map control, and Aleksi “allu” Jalli is the AWPer. On the CT-side Aleksib supports Aerial in taking aggressive rifle duels, Allu is the AWPer, and sergej and xseveN largely play anchor positions. While the roles between ENCE and Astralis are different, the efficacy is similar in that each player can have impact within their designated role. The team does not fall apart if one of their star players happens to have a bad day. The reason for this is Aleksib’s tactics. Aleksib adheres to the fundamentals of CS:GO and has a level of detail that only the top in-game leaders can match. His tactical vision has established made ENCE’s map pool one of the best in the world. They play six of the seven maps (excluding Vertigo which just came into the map pool). ENCE are one of the top teams on maps like Train, Dust2, and Mirage. They broke Astralis’ win streak on nuke. Even their lesser maps of Overpass and Inferno still give them a chance to upset. On Overpass they go to double-digits against Na`Vi and tied Liquid 15-15. They beat Liquid on inferno at IEM katowice. While it is impossible to comprehensively go over ENCE’s playbook, I’ve picked out core ideas that give a good background to understand what makes Aleksib’s tactics some of the best in the world.The most important pillar of making a good CS:GO team is ensuring trades. In this section, I’ve picked out a round from BLAST Madrid. This round was from the group stages when ENCE played Astralis on Dust2.In Round 11, ENCE are go into a 4v4. xseveN got a pick through a smoke at long. When ENCE took short, Nicolai “device” Reedtz got an AWP pick and fell back. In this round Aleksib calls for an A-split. What’s interesting is how ENCE play it out. ENCE have sergej use two smokes from short. One for short and one to cover between car and long. ENCE then have three players push long. By using this chain of events, ENCE diminishes the trading power of Astralis while increasing their own. By having sergej throw the smokes, device cannot commit to trading the players at long. Sergej understands this and holds his position knowing that device will have to split his attention between short and long. This allows ENCE to have stronger trade potential for the three man pack as they clear pit. While ENCE are unable to close this round, it displays ENCE’s ability to use a passive lurker to allow increased trade potential for their main hit.ENCE is a team that also has a clear idea of what they want to do if they get in a small man situation on either side of the map. The two examples I’ve picked out from this section are two games from BLAST. One against Na`Vi on the CT-side and one against Astralis on the T-side.ENCE played Na`Vi at BLAST Madrid on Mirage. In the 14th round of the half, ENCE were in a 3v4 situation after losing out in the trades for mid control. In response to this, ENCE do a creative setup. They have Aleksib take control of B halls with his AUG, have Allu control short from window, and have sergej hold near connector towards A-site. In this scenario one of three things happens:In this particular round, it’s scenario number 2 as Na`Vi try to do a B split. Allu gets his shot off and sergej swings to get another player, leaving ENCE in a 3v2. From there they win the round. The second example comes from the finals against Astralis on Train.In the sixth round of that game, ENCE go for their standard four man execute on the B-site with xseveN lurking. Device gets two players in the hit, but ENCE are able to kill the two riflers on the site and plant the bomb. In this scenario, xseveN has some leeway in how he wants to play this round. He can rejoin his team, play from ivy, play from tcon, or hold ladder. In this instance, ENCE and xseveN understand that xseveN needs to buy as much space as possible. ENCE understand that a typical CT-side default is two on A, two on B, and a rotator. They have killed the small-site anchor and the rotator. The last remaining player is device at the back of the site. They have the utility they need to close the gap, but they need time to make it happen. Astralis understand this too, as both Emil “Magisk” Rief and Peter “dupreeh” Rasmussen start to look for potential aim duels against xseveN. XseveN cleverly runs out of T-main to olof. While he gets zero kills here, he forces both Magisk and dupreeh to run over and clear him out. This let’s his two teammates close the gap on device, kill him, and get a better postplant scenario in the 2v2. ENCE is one of the best teams at understanding how to maximize their positional advantages in the 3v3 scenarios and this has been on of the key reasons why they have been successful in 2019.ENCE often have clever setups or tactics that counter the established meta. The best example of this comes from their battle against Astralis on Train at BLAST Madrid.One of the typical ways of clearing out popdog as the T-side is to throw a molly to flush out the pop player. Then have someone throw a flash over T-main, and have a third play come out and kill now blind player. This is exactly what ENCE did to Astralis in the eighth round of this game. In the 22nd round, Astralis decided to use a similar tactic. Aerial had been playing fairly aggressively around olof for most of the half. In response, Astralis first cleared out that position. Upon realizing that he wasn’t there, they intuited that he was likely in popdog. They used the same molly, popflash combo to kill him. ENCE’s setup however was a counter to that typical tactic. When Aerial was mollied out of popdog, he strafes out of popdog and looks directly into the wall. At the same time, Aleksib throws his molly at T-main. Aerial then swings aorund and kills Dupreeh. This sequence is clever for multiple reasons. First it allows for Aerial to get a 50/50 duel against Dupreeh. Secondly, the timing of Aleksib’s molly means that only one player can make it out of T-main, so if Aerial wins the duel he cannot be traded. Finally, Aleksib can trade Aerial in the event that Dupreeh is the one who wins the duel. This attention to detail is one of the reasons why ENCE have been one of the best teams in the world.One of the trends that all of the great in-game leaders have is conditioning the opponent. They are able to string a bunch of rounds together that can manipulate or convince the enemy to run a certain type of aggression or setup. Aleksib has this characteristic as well. Two examples of this are from BLAST Madrid against Astralis and IEM Katowice against Na`Vi. ENCE played Astralis on Train in the finals of BLAST Madrid. In the first seven rounds of Train did not go for any structured take of ladder room. In the third, he had Allu rush it. In the fifth, sergej took it in mid round. In the sixth, they went for a 4 man hit on the B-site. It is only in the eighth we see ENCE use mass utility to take control of pop and in that round, they get two opening kills for their trouble. This round ordering seems to be by design. In the first few rounds of the half, ENCE didn’t do a safe clear of pop. They realize that Astralis will recognize this and will naturally start to put someone there. This is what happens in the sixth round as Dupreeh takes control of pop early. Later on in the round, xseveN lurks out mid and sees that Dupreeh was in pop. Once this information is relayed to Aleksib, that is when Aleksib decides to call for the molly take of pop in the next rifle round. He understands that there is a higher than average possibility that Astralis will go for pop control as they haven’t seen ENCE call for a full utility take of it yet and that is when Aleksib calls for it. Another example of Aleksib conditioning his opponents is from the semifinals of IEM Katowice Major.The game was also on Train. ENCE stuck to their bread and butter for most of the half as they opted for fast paced executes to either win rounds or grind down the economy of Na`Vi. What is notable here is that every time they went for the A-site, they always made sure to have xseveN lurk at ivy. He varied up the timings throughout the half and this sometimes caught Na`Vi off guard. By the time the 13th round starts, Na`Vi are conditioned into thinking that someone will lurk out from ivy. This was all a setup by Aleksib though as in this outer execute, he has xseveN join the pack. In addition to that, he has the team throw the smoke to cut off ivy from yard, rather than having it be in lane. This sequence of rounds allows for a few things. First it gives ENCE a better line of sight down lane so that they can trade. With 4 players instead of 3, there trading power is stronger than their previous hits. Secondly, they’ve conditioned Denis “electronic” Sharipov to focus on ivy, and this allows them to close the gap and kill Ioann “Edward” Sukhariev before electronic can adjust. Finally, by calling this round at this point in the half, Aleksib increases his chances at both winning the round and breaking the economy of Na`Vi.2018 saw ENCE grow throughout the season as they climbed up the competitive ladder through the tier two scene. In 2019 we have seen the fruits of those labors. Second at the IEM Katowice Major, top 3 at BLAST Sao Paulo, top 8 at StarSeries i-League Season 7, and a victory at BLAST Madrid. While each of the five players stepped up throughout this time period, the most consistent factor in ENCE’s success has been their tactics. These five months have been an incredible showing for Aleksib as one of CS:GO’s leaders. The next five months will be a push back from the elite teams in the world. Teams like Astralis, Na`Vi, and Liquid will now start to study ENCE in earnest. All of the top teams will soon recognize that ENCE’s greatest strength is their tactics and teamplay. Soon teams will specifically start to anti-strat ENCE’s trading tendencies, 3v3s, CT-side aggression, and multi-round setups and find ways to either counter it or diminish its effects. For Aleksib, the next five months will be a turning point in his career. If he can weather the storm and stay a step ahead of the competition, he will establish himself as one of the great tactical leaders of modern CS:GO. If you enjoyed this piece on ENCE, consider reading: ENCE, the Consolidation of Finnish Esports Follow the author on Twitter at @stuchiuWriter . Image courtesy of BLAST Pro Series

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[Update] Aleksib ra đi, ENCE không còn là chính họ nữa | aleksib – Vietnamnhanvan

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Vào ngày 23 tháng 8, ENCE đã gây sốc cho toàn thế giới CS:GO khi họ tuyên bố sẽ thay đổi đội hình và ngươi chơi IGL xuất sắc Aleksi “Aleksib” Virolainen sẽ bị thay thế. Kể từ đó đến nay, đội tuyển này liên tục tụt hạng trên BXH CS:GO thế giới.

Động thái trên là rất bất ngờ khi chỉ còn vài tuần trước khi StarLadder Major diễn ra và ENCE sẽ vẫn cùng Aleksib tham dự giải đấu đó, nơi họ kết thúc với một vị trí trong Top 8 và đảm bảo suất tham dự cho kỳ Major tiếp theo.

Hình ảnh Aleksib trong lần cuối cùng khoác áo ENCE tại StarLadder Major.

Đã gần ba tháng trôi qua kể từ thời điểm đó và đội tuyển Phần Lan vẫn đang liên tục bị chỉ trích vì quyết định sai lầm của mình. Một ENCE không có sự lãnh đạo của Aleksib trở nên yếu đuối đến không ngờ, và hiển nhiên, họ chẳng có bất kỳ danh hiệu nào kể từ khi để mất IGL tuyệt vời nhất mà họ từng có.

Thời kỳ Aleksib

Trước khi nói đến những hậu quả của việc kick Aleksib khỏi đội hinh, hãy cùng nhìn lại những điều mà anh chàng này đã làm trong màu áo ENCE.

Vào nửa cuối năm 2018, một đội tuyển gồm toàn những người Phần Lan đã được thành lập với đội hình bao gồm: Aleksib, Jere “sergej” Salo, Jani “Aerial” Jussila, Sami “xseveN” Laasanen, và Aleksi “Allu” Jalli. Họ dường như là những tuyển thủ tốt nhất mà đất nước này có thể tìm thấy vào thời điểm đó. ENCE phát triển thần tốc và nhanh chóng tiến đến nhóm những đội Tier 2, tức là nằm trong khoảng từ top 15 đến top 30 thế giới.

Bước tiến lớn nhất của đội tuyển này chính là hành trình đột phá ở Major Katowice. Tập thể ENCE với sự tỏa sáng của xseveN đã tiến đến tận trận Chung kết dù đã có lúc suýt bị loại ở vòng New Legend khi để thua trong cả 2 trận đấu đầu tiên. Tuy họ đã thua trong trận Chung kết với Astralis, nhưng những người hâm mộ CS:GO Phần Lan và hàng ngàn người hâm mộ trò chơi này trên khắp thế giới vẫn tung hô ENCE như những tuyển thủ xuất sắc và mang đến nhiều cảm hứng nhất.

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Bản nhạc EZ4ENCE có lẽ là minh chứng rõ ràng nhất cho niềm cảm hứng mà ENCE đã mang lại.

Dù sau đó xseveN không bao giờ thể hiện được phong độ đỉnh cao một lần nữa nhưng đó không phải là vấn đề với ENCE. Họ bấy giờ đã vững chắc một vị trí trong Top 3 thế giới cùng với Astralis và Liquid hùng mạnh. ENCE sau đó đã đánh bại Astralis tại BLAST Madrid và chấm dứt chuỗi hơn 30 trận bất bại liên tiếp của đội tuyển này trên map Nuke, đồng thời mở ra thời kỳ đen tối của đội tuyển Đan Mạch mà phải đến StarLadder Major mới kết thúc.

ENCE thời điểm đó nổi tiếng với lối chơi phối hợp đồng nhất giữa năm thành viên, giống hệt với cách vận hành đội hình của Astralis. Thậm chí họ còn làm tốt hơn trong những tình huống giao tranh nhỏ lẻ với 1 hoặc 2 thành viên. Họ hiểu cách làm thể nào để kiểm soát toàn bộ bản đồ, sử dụng lựu đạn hợp lý và tạo ra những tình huống đổi mạng có lợi nhất. Yếu tố nữa là sự bùng nổ của meta AUG, dù vẫn có chút ít khoảng cách về kỹ năng với các đội tuyển khác, nhưng khả năng bắn CT xuất sắc khi sử dụng những khẩu AUG của ENCE khiến mọi khoảng cách đều có thể bị san bằng.

Một ENCE không còn Aleksib

Sau khi thay thế Aleksib bằng suNny, một thời kỳ đen tối đã bắt đầu đến với ENCE. Tôi không nói rằng sự thay thế suNny là không tốt, anh ấy là người chơi tốt thứ hai tại mousesports trong khoảng thời gian 2017-2018. Dù đã để mất phong độ trong giai đoạn sau đó, nhưng kinh nghiệm và kỹ năng của suNny là thứ mà ENCE cần phải mạo hiểm nếu họ muốn tiến xa hơn nữa. Ngoài ra thì anh ấy cũng thi đấu tương đối giống với vị trí cũ của Aleksib tại ENCE và có thể rút ngắn thời gian làm quen vị trí mới. Aerial lúc đó còn tự tin trả lời phỏng vấn rằng khả năng đấu súng của suNny ấn tượng hơn nhiều so với Aleksib và họ hoàn toàn tin tưởng vào khả năng của anh chàng này.

Không có tay to, nhưng chắc chắn Aleksib là một trong những bộ não hàng đầu của làng CS:GO thế giới

Nhưng mặc dù có sự nâng cấp về mặt hỏa lực, trong ba giải đấu LAN sau đó của họ, ENCE gần như không để lại bất kỳ ấn tượng nào. Họ kết thúc BLAST Moscow ở vị trí thứ 5, bị loại ngay từ vòng bảng của ESL One New York và chỉ có được vị trí thứ 9-12 tại DreamHack Malmo. Những lời cảnh báo đang rõ ràng hơn bao giờ hết. Nhưng lúc này, ENCE vẫn có thể nói rằng đội hình của họ chưa có nhiều thời gian để làm tốt nhất những gì họ có thể và ENCE sẽ sớm trở lại.

Tuy nhiên, sự thật đã chứng minh là trò chơi này ngoài kỹ năng cá nhân, chiến thuật cũng là thứ rất quan trọng. Họ có một tháng nghỉ ngơi hoàn toàn trước khi tham dự giải LAN tiếp theo tại IEM Bắc Kinh và đội tuyển Phần Lan cũng chẳng tạo nên được ấn tượng gì. Họ để thua 100 Thieves trong cả hai lượt đối đầu, thậm chí suýt nữa bị đội tuyển chủ nhà Vici Gaming đánh bại và phải rất vất vả để có thể chiến thắng trận đấu đó với tỷ số 2-1. Kết thúc vòng bảng với vị trí thứ 3, ENCE tiếp tục bị loại ngay từ vòng bảng của một giải đấu lớn.

ENCE đã mất hoàn toàn khả năng tạo đột biến khi chơi bên T sau khi mất đi Aleksib. Cách họ di chuyển cũng lỏng lẻo hơn rất nhiều và thường xuyên tạo ra những khoảng trống để đối thủ khai thác khi chơi bên phía CT. Ví dụ rõ ràng nhất là khi đã dẫn trước 100T tới 11-4 khi chơi T trong lượt đầu tiên nhưng họ vẫn kết thúc bằng một trận thua. ENCE của Aleksib rõ ràng đã và sẽ không bao giờ như thế, những con người của họ đã tốt hơn so với ngày trước, nhưng linh hồn và cái chất của ENCE đã không còn.

BLAST Pro Series Madrid là danh hiệu gần đây nhất của ENCE, và khi đó họ vẫn còn Aleksib.

Nhưng câu chuyện của ENCE hiện tại chắc chắn chưa kết thúc, một đội tuyển thường mất khoảng 3-6 tháng để trở thành một đội mạnh và ENCE có thể mất nhiều thời gian hơn một chút. Tuy vậy, đã hai tháng rưỡi trôi qua và họ chưa thể hiện được bất kỳ tiềm năng nào của đội tuyển này. ENCE của Aleksib từng đưa họ vượt xa những giới hạn kỹ năng mà họ có thể đạt tới và lối chơi đồng đội ấn tượng. Giờ đây với những cá nhân tốt hơn, ENCE liệu có thể đi xa hơn nữa mà không có người đội trưởng ngày nào?


AleksiB SPEEDRUNS the first zone in the NEW Betway Movement Challenge 🏃‍♂️


AleksiB, Rez, Dev1ce and Xantares are the first people who get to try out the new Betway Movement Challenge map, and AleksiB absolutely crushes it!
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AleksiB SPEEDRUNS the first zone in the NEW Betway Movement Challenge 🏃‍♂️

The King of Utility: Watch Aleksib’s insane use of utility on Dust2


OG’s ingame leader Aleksi \”Aleksib\” Virolainen made the most of the new utility drop mode, that was introduced in the latest operation in CS:GO. OG destroyed Sprout in the first half on their CTside by making sure, that the Finnish ingame leader had all the toys he needed. With 967 utility damage in 15 rounds, Aleksi \”Aleksib\” Virolainen might have beaten the world record for most damage in a competitive CS:GO match. That is 64,5 ADR pr. round in utility damage only! Watch how it happened from the POV of Aleksi \”Aleksib\” Virolainen.

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The King of Utility: Watch Aleksib's insane use of utility on Dust2

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The Art Of P90

30 Times shox Shocked The CSGO Universe!


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Aleksib Late Night Faceit With ISSAA \u0026 The Boys


I had my microphone volume higher than usual in this stream, so apologies for that one 🙂
Enjoy me laughing for 14 minutes.
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