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Gen.G
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Team Information
LocationSouth Korea
Coach(es)Joey "Nubzy" DiGiacomo
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Gen.G is a Korean-American esports organization, currently competing in professional Call of Duty after signing its first roster on January 31st, 2019.

History

CoD: Black Ops 4

On January 31st, 2019, SpaceLy, Havok, Nagafen, Maux and MajorManiak started playing for Gen.G. The team already started on the Black Ops 4 season, playing at all three CWL tournaments on 2019. Later, they added Envoy to the roster and with Havok, Nagafen, Maux and MajorManiak, the team got top 8 at the 2019 CWL Fort Worth Open. With the same roster, the team achieve top 6 at 2019 CWL London Open and they best placement so far, 2nd place at 2019 CWL Anaheim Open. The team will play the CWL 2019 Pro League Playoffs.


Timeline

  • 2019

Player Roster

Active

Date Joined Player Real Name Role

Former

Date Left Player Role New Team
2019/09/06 USA Envoy SMG Slayer Logo std2.png F/A
2019/09/06 USA Havok SMG Slayer Logo std2.png F/A
2019/09/06 USA Maux AR Slayer Logo std2.png F/A
2019/09/06 USA MajorManiak Flex Logo std2.png F/A
2019/09/06 USA Nagafen AR Logo std2.png F/A
2019/09/06 USA SpaceLy Substitute Logo std2.png F/A
2019 Australia Louqa Substitute Mindfreaklogo std.png MF

Organization

Active

Real Name IGN Position

Former

Real Name New Team Position
USA Joey DiGiacomo Logo std2.png F/A Coach

Highlight Videos

Interviews

See Also

External Links

References

  1. [1] - SpaceLy's team joins
  2. [2] - Louqa joins as a substitute.
  3. [3] - "Gen.G's tweet"
  4. https://cwl.gfinityesports.com/pro/teams/1411699
  5. [4] - "Gen.G's tweet"
  6. [5] - "Gen.G's tweet"
  7. [6] - "Gen.G's tweet"