Professional CS:GO player, Aleksi “Allu” Jalli has announced that he is returning to the professional CS:GO scene. That’s right, the popular player took a break in May due to some personal reasons, but has now returned once again.
Allu Has Returned
At the time of taking a break, Allu was a part of ENCE who granted him a leave of absence. He was then replaced by a polish player Olek “Hades’ Miskiewicz. Although he is still under contract with the organization, it seems as if Allu is no longer a part of the statement. This is because first, ENCE thanked Allu for his services through an official statement in June. He was a part of ENCE from 2013 till 2014. He then joined the team again in 2016. And then, for the final time, Allu remained a part of ENCE from 2018 till 2021.
Allu announced his return through a tweet he made on his official Twitter account, in which he claimed the break he took ended up being “very good” for him but now it’s time for him to get back to work. He further added that “if there is a need for experienced and motivated player hit me up!” This pretty much confirms that Allu is no longer a part of ENCE and is a free agent. Considering he is one of the best CS:GO players out there, he will get picked by a new organization soon.
During his time with ENCE, Allu helped them with a lot of matches and was considered an integral part of the squad. Although he did had some problems with the team as he was even criticized by some of his former teammates, Allu still witnessed a rise in his career with them.
His CS:GO Career
Allu first starting playing CS 1.6 like most professional players out there and even participated in various tournaments of the game. Then, in 2012, he made a switch to CS:GO and played for some low-level Finnish teams. He then joined ENCE, something that allowed him to enter the big scene. Throughout his career, Allu has played for some of the best CS:GO teams out there, including Ninjas in Pyjamas and FaZe Clan. Other than these, he played for 3DMAX, Mouseports, ENCE, Rats of the Year, Team Curse, Raiders, The Hawks, and WinFakt.
Allu has also participated in some of the biggest CS:GO tournaments in the world and has even won some of them. For instance, he won the StarLaddr League StarSeries Season 3, StarSeries & i-League CS:GO Season 6, DreamHack Open Winter 2018, and the BLAST Pro Series: Madrid 2019. His latest tournament was the CS:GO Asia Championship 2019, where he placed 2nd with his team.
At the moment, Allu is yet to reveal which teams are in talks with him. However, we will most likely see an announcement from his side soon. It will be exciting to see which team he is going to join next. Who knows, maybe ENCHE might decide to add him to their roster once again.