ENCE to miss WESG 2018 World Finals
ENCE have announced they are withdrawing from the WESG 2018 World Finals.
ENCE, who just made history by becoming the first all-Finnish team to make the finals of a Major, have announced they will not be present at the WESG 2018 World Finals.
The Major finalists have a packed schedule, one of the reasons they will not be attending the event in Chongqing, China, as they are playing the ECS Season 7 Europe Pinnacle Cup, catching up with ESEA MDL matches, and will fly to Brazil later this month after being handed the last invite to play at BLAST Pro Series Sao Paulo.
The Finns also stated family matters and the inability to start the visa process earlier due to their Major run as reasons that made attending the $890,000 WESG World Finals impossible, making them the fourth team to pull out after Isurus, MVP PK and K23.
We have decided to withdraw from taking part in the upcoming WESG finals for our CS:GO team due to family reasons, scheduling and inability to start our visa process earlier due to the Major. We apologize for the inconvenience. #EZ4ENCE #esportsfi pic.twitter.com/wdtNQJ0LdQ— ENCE (@ENCE) March 5, 2019