ENCE and Ninjas in Pyjamas will meet in the opening fixture of Week 2 at ESL One: Road to Rio – Europe in what promises to be a thrilling bout between two Nordic rivals.
ENCE have decided to expand their CS:GO esports lineup to six players with the signing of Elias “Jamppi” Olkkonen, whose arrival was confirmed on Tuesday.
The opening fixture of ICE Challenge 2020 will see ENCE and OG lock horns in Group B. The Finns will enter the bout as heavy favourites, yet all the spotlight will be on the newcomers to deliver and start their climb towards the first CS:GO LAN title in the organisation’s history.
Mousesports defeated ENCE in the grand finals of the 2019 CS:GO Asia Championships on Sunday to claim US $250,000 in prize money and their first S-Tier tournament title since September 2018, when mouz triumphed at ESL One: New York.
ESL One Cologne’s Group B will enter the second day of CS:GO esports action with two fewer teams as MIBR and ENCE pack their bags and head home after losing in the lower bracket.
In a rare show of steel under pressure, Team Liquid held their nerve to see off ENCE in a gripping finals series at the CS:GO DreamHack Dallas Masters on Sunday.
Check out the latest CS:GO odds and betting trends for ENCE’s clash with Natus Vincere this Friday at the BLAST Pro Series Madrid 2019.