ENCE eSports have overcome fellow Finns RAIDERS 2-0 (16-7 de_train_se, 16-6 de_dust2_se) in the ESPC CS:GO #3 grand final to win 800€ and hardware.
Joona "natu" Leppänen's ENCE topped group A convincingly, while Mikko "fAlsu" Fallström's RAIDERS were able to defeat their competition, including Timo "reflex" Rintala's solemn, in group B.
ENCE actually struggled against Leppänen's former teammate Rintala's squad, as they wound up losing the opening map de_inferno_se 24-26 in overtime to kick off the series.
natu's ENCE are still #1 in Finland
Next two maps saw ENCE switch to a higher gear, with Aleksi "allu" Jalli's team ultimately qualifying for the grand final. Fallström's RAIDERS took down Paranoia easily in the other semi-final.
By the grand final Jalli's side were clearly ready for their domestic competition as they wasted no time in scoring an easy 2-0 win, only dropping thirteen rounds across two maps versus RAIDERS. Broken tag
ESPC CS:GO #3 final standings:
1. ENCE eSports - 800€ + 5x CM Storm Quickfire TK
2. RAIDERS - 400€ + 5x CM Storm Ceres-400
3. solemn.mix - 5x CM Storm Pitch
4. Paranoia eSports
ENCE's win at Pelitalo in Helsinki was their LAN debut in the ENCE organization, which they joined a few weeks ago. You can find full rosters for each team at ESPC on SETT's website.