Gen.G Esports

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Team Information
Region:
CEO:
Chris Park
Sponsor(s):
Total Earnings:
$1,500
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History
Created:
2017-08-11


Gen.G Esports is a Korean/American professional esports organization.

Biography[edit]

Established in 2017, Gen.G is the leading esports organization connecting the U.S. and Asia. Ranked #7 in the inaugural Forbes list of the world’s most valuable esports companies, Gen.G is the only major organization that owns and operates top teams in the world’s leading esports markets -- China, South Korea, and the United States. Its unique portfolio of nine teams, winners of 6 global championships to date, includes the overwatch:Seoul Dynasty franchise of the Overwatch League; 2014 & 2017 League of Legends world champion teams in South Korea; the world’s top all-female Fortnite team, based in Los Angeles; and the NBA 2K League’s historic expansion franchise in Shanghai.

History[edit]

Timeline[edit]

  • October 25th - Tina and Maddie joins Gen.G making their introduction into competitive Fortnite. [1]
  • October 27th - Convertible joins as coach. [2]

Player Roster[edit]

Active[edit]

Active Squad
ID Name Join Date
United States TINARAES Tina Perez 2018-10-25 [1]
United States Maddiesuun Madison Mann 2018-10-25 [1]
United States Carlee Carlee Gress 2019-02-18 [3]
United States Hannah Hannah Reyes 2019-04-12
Sweden Moqii 2020-02-21 [4]

Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Results Prize
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

Organization[edit]

Active[edit]

Organization
ID Name Position Join Date
United States Kevin Chou Chairman & Co-Founder 2017-08-11
United States Chris Park CEO 2017-08-11
United States Kent Wakeford Co-President & Co-Founder 2017-08-11
United States Arnold Hur Co-President 2017-08-11
United States Nathan Stanz General Manager
United States Dominic Kallas Head of U.S. Operations

Former[edit]

Former Organization
ID Name Position Join Date
United States Convertible Krish Narayan Coach 2018-10-27 [2] 2019-01-14

References[edit]