ENCE adds two new players from Georgia and Finland to its academy

Finnish esports club ENCE has signed two rookies to its Counter-Strike 2 youth roster. The players in question are 17-year-old Aleksi "millert" Lehtopuu and 16-year-old Giorgi "⁠Schwarz⁠" Gakhokidze. The announcement was published on the organization's official website.

They replaced Henri "⁠HENU" Ylilehto and Paavo "⁠podi" Heiskanen. The former's contract with the club expired last month, while the latter was promoted in May of this year, joining ENCE's main roster.

millert previously competed for Enhanced and Sprout Academy, while Schwarz was part of The Prodigies. The team's coach, George "Whitey" White, called the Finnish and Georgian esports athletes the two rising stars of the Counter-Strike 2 pro scene.

 ENCE Academy are now:

 Ville "⁠myltsi⁠" Vilkman
 Teemu "⁠teme⁠" Korva
 Ahmet "⁠2high⁠" Baftijari
 Aleksi "⁠millert⁠" Lehtopuu
 Giorgi "⁠Schwarz⁠" Gakhokidze

 George "⁠Whitey⁠" White (coach)

Origin: ence.gg