After the old CS: GO squad was disbanded in 2014 and the organization was no longer active, ENCE’s return to the stage was announced in 2016, and the new squad included four MIXCAT and allu players. At that time, the Finnish organization was represented by players such as xartE, suNny, Juhob, stonde and allu. In the same year, allu went under the FaZe banner and xartE left the roster, and Aleksib and Arvid came from Findictus and SkitLite instead. At the end of 2016, the organization stopped working with the CS: GO roster.
In February 2017, ENCE announced their return to the CS: GO scene and announced their new roster, which included arvid, joel b, Leaf, ociriz, and rEplan. After failing to achieve results, ENCE closed its CS: GO division in June.
In March 2018, ENCE announced it had signed a two-year contract with allu and the Finnish ice hockey club Lahden Pelicans. A month later, allu was joined by Aleksib, sergej, Aerial and xseveN to form the most successful lineup in ENCE history. On August 4, the team won the 2018 ASUS ROG Finnish Championship and secured the title of the strongest Finnish squad. On September 9, allu and the team became runners-up of DreamHack Open Montreal 2018. On October 14, ENCE eSports became champions of StarSeries – Season 6 and received the main cash prize in the size at $125,000. This achievement has helped to establish itself in the top 20 of the world rankings according to HLTV.
CS:GO Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO for short) is a computer game from the genre of online tactical shooters. It was developed by Valve and Hidden Path Entertainment and is the fourth part of the Counter-Strike series. The game was released on August 21, 2012 for Windows, Linux, macOS, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. A release for the PlayStation 3 in Europe failed to materialize for unknown reasons. Global Offensive achieved a Metascore of 83 points. Since September 14, 2017, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has also been available in China via the Perfect World client. In December 2018, the game was switched to a free-to-play model, which drew criticism.