Thank you and see you later, pannari

News 15.5.2018

With a season of disappointment in Rainbow Six: Siege for ENCE, comes a time to evaluate what the necessary changes are in order to get back to where we belong. Today we have to say good bye and farewell to Otto “pannari” Heikkinen, who has requested a transfer to T3H eSports.

ENCE entered year 3 of the Pro League as the reigning champion and were looking to have another strong run this season. After making it in the quarter finals of the Six Invitational in February and making it a good fight against PENTA, the team didn’t seem to find it’s mold during the Pro League season at all. The worst came to be true, as the team got relegated to Challenger League after losing the decider game vs. Supremacy 1-2.


Pannari (4th from left) was an integral part of bringing ENCE it’s first ever Pro League Championship. Picture by: ESL

Otto requested to be transferred to a new team, which we have agreed to comply with. He is a loved member of the Rainbow Six: Siege community and we here at ENCE have nothing but great things to say about him. Without pannari’s contributions, we wouldn’t have achieved what we did the last year. It was the right time to turn a new page in the story and we would like to wish him the very best of luck with his new team and new adventures.

“Past year in ENCE was truly amazing and I would like to thank my teammates and ENCE staff, who made my dreams come true. This was a really hard decision for me to make, but I feel like I have to move on and start fresh. Also thanks to ENCE fans for your continuous support<3”, says Otti “Pannari” Heikkinen

 

“It’s time for us to part ways with pannari. We had an amazing 1,5 year journey with him that peaked to a Pro League Championship last November. Pannari brought it to our attention that he did not feel like he has anything to give to the team anymore and as so wanted to part ways with us. We of course respect his decision and openness on the matter and felt too that this probably was the best solution. Personally I want to wish pannari the best of luck for his future. He has earned my respect as an amazing teammate and player.”, says Niklas “Willkey” Ojalainen, Captain of ENCE R6S

ENCE is committed to bouncing back in Rainbow Six: Siege and we will keep our fans posted on what our future plans are in the near future.

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