Valdemar "valde" Vangs has been removed from their starting CS:GO roster after a devastating IEM Katowice 2023 run, according to ENCE.
According to HLTV, the team has chosen to sub-in academy player Henri "HENU" Ylilehto for the upcoming CCT Central Europe Malta Finals. The 20-year-old appears to not be likely to remain in the team.
According to the report, the organization had already tried to acquire Nertz in the summer of 2022. However, yesterday, Nertz was revealed that the 23-year-old would not be playing in Endpoint's BLAST.tv Paris Major qualifier due to personal reasons.
Valde is one of the latest ENCE signings, having joined the team in August 2022. According to HLTV, he has gained a 1.05 rating during tournaments in the last six months.
G2's CS:GO star explains the team's journey to the IEM Katowice championship.
ENCE had a poor start to 2023. They won their first game against paiN Gaming, but were later overwhelmed by Cloud9 and Complexity, which saw them withdraw from the tournament. Afterwards, they qualified for the closed qualifier for IEM Brazil 2023, but they failed to advance due to defeats to HONORIS and BIG.