ENCE will have a new-look lineup for the upcoming Counter-Strike: Global Offensive season after revealing a series of roster relocations Wednesday.

The organization will keep Aleksi “allu” Jalli and Joonas “doto” Forss, both of Finland. Signing up with the duo will be three new faces: Marco “Snappi” Pfeiffer of Denmark, Pawel “dycha” Dycha of Poland and Lotan “Spinx” Giladi of Israel.

This marks the very first time that the Finnish company has assembled a worldwide lineup.

ENCE is intending to carry on from an unstable offseason in which debate brewed on social networks. Tensions apparently increased after allu made remarks about the team on a podcast, and more commentary followed online.

” The events in December put us in a situation where we had to evaluate whether we can continue with allu moving forward as a company,” ENCE general manager Niklas “Willkey” Ojalainen said in a declaration. “He hasn’t been an ideal teammate during his time with us and has acknowledged that to us too.

” Even if it is true that there has been stress in between the gamers in the team, the allegations made towards allu on social media and singling him out as the sole factor for them are extremely far from the fact. It is simple to start pointing fingers at somebody, however there are numerous individuals responsible in a team for the options and the working conditions.”

ENCE head coach Eetu “sAw” Saha stated in a declaration, “allu is a world elite level AWPer who can carry out in any provided situation. As a knowledgeable gamer, he can give our newbies a much-needed point of view on how to improve.”

The brand-new lineup is set to debut in March as part of ESL Pro League Season 13.