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Aerial Joins HAVU in the Middle of ENCE Turmoil

Finnish organization HAVU announced that Jani ‘Aerial’ Jussila will be joining the roster from ENCE after the acquisition of an undisclosed fee. Sami ‘xseveN’ Laasanen has also seen his ties to ENCE completely terminated, with the roster headlined by Aleksi ‘Allu’ Jalli being voided of any RMR points, as a majority of its core has departed to other teams.

ENCE has recently been under fire as a result of inner turmoil resulting from Allu’s declarations on HLTV Confirmed, where he claimed ‘I’m not a dictator who decides everything and how everything needs to go’ as a response to the recurrent lackluster roster moves.

The most recent player to be moved to the bench of ENCE, Jere ‘Sergej’ Salo, quickly took it to Twitter to dispute these claims, in an explosive tweet that was quickly endorsed by xseveN and current teammate of Allu, Miikka ‘suNny’ Kemppi.

ENCE reacted this Wednesday to these developments, promising fans an internal assessment about the situation inside the roster and an update as soon as this process is complete.

This is the most recent deal between HAVU and ENCE, who made a plethora of trades in 2020, with xseveN dwindling his duties between the two teams earlier in the year, due to the resulting difficulties of ENCE signing VAC banned talent Elias ‘Jamppi Olkkonen.

As Aerial stepped down from ENCE citing health reasons, the door was open once again, motivating the addition of Joonas ‘doto’ Forss and Eetu ‘sAw’ Saha.

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HAVU has assured that this medical leave ‘will naturally be taken with all the seriousness it requires’, although Aerial has reinforced in a statement the possibility to be back as soon as his new contract is live, adding that ‘It’s time to focus on a new chapter with HAVU, I couldn’t be more excited about starting practicing again in January!’.

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