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Gen.G
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Team Information
LocationSouth Korea
Coach(es)Joey "Nubzy" DiGiacomo
Social Media

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
2019/03/12 USA Envoy Dylan Hannon SMG Slayer
2019/01/31 USA Havok Colt McLendon SMG Slayer
2019/01/31 USA Maux Chance Moncivaez AR Slayer
2019/01/31 USA MajorManiak Michael Szymaniak Flex
2019/01/31 USA Nagafen Jared Harrell AR
2019/01/31 USA SpaceLy Michael Schmale Substitute

Former

Date Left Player Role New Team
2019 Australia Louqa Substitute Mindfreaklogo std.png MF

Organization

Active

Real Name IGN Position
USA Joey DiGiacomo Nubzy Coach

Former

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"