Allu Faces Another one of those 'Bot Allu' Moments Against Astralis

Aditya Singh Rawat
21/Mar/2020 02:39 pm

Cover And Thumbnail Image Courtesy: ENCE

The current IGL of ENCE Aleksi “allu” Jalli has garnered a dual reputation of being both a great AWPer as well as a bot over the course of his career. And though he did try his best to ensure that ENCE were able to get rid of their losing streak by beating Astralis yesterday, it was this ‘200 IQ’ play made by allu that was the highlight of the match.

Though losing the round, allu wanted to hurl a ‘nade towards the far end of the pit on Inferno which might have granted him a kill, but as luck would have it, he ended up throwing the utility at the wall, missing the target while also dying himself due to the C4's explosion which Astralis had planted on the site.

It was an unfortunate moment for allu as the chat instantly erupted with the chant of ‘bot allu’, but in reality, it was an honest mistake made by the player who just wanted to make sure that if there was a player at the far end of the pit, he would die due to the combined damage of the ‘nade and the C4 explosion.

But as luck would have it, nerves got to him as he had to throw the utility and then back away from the site with the C4 about to explode, messing up both the things, not getting his intended frag while dying himself.

[Also Read: ENCE Lose their Eighth Match in a row, Third Straight Loss at ESL Pro League]

ENCE has been facing a huge slump with a shocking win rate of just 29% since the start of 2020, with doubts over the team even qualifying for the next round of the currently on-going ESL Pro League, let’s see how long before the Finns are able to break their losing streak.

[Also Read: Vitality Newcomer misutaaa Fails to Secure even a Single Kill against Spirit]


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Aditya Singh Rawat is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.