Gen.G esports, formerly known as KSV eSports (Korea + Silicon Valley) is a professional esports organization created in 2017 in collaboration between Silicon Valley and Seoul. KSV's first announced team was Seoul Dynasty, a franchise participating in the inaugural season of Overwatch League. In May of 2018 they decided to rebrand their organization under the new name of Gen.G esports.
Gen.G stands for: Generation Gaming.
In October 2017, it was announced that KSV acquired the rosters of two Korean Heroes of the Storm teams - MVP Black and MVP Miracle.  This acquisition took effect after BlizzCon 2017, where the name MVP Black was still used. The first Heroes tournament for KSV is the 2017 Gold Club World Championship.
- July 12th - Franchise is officially announced, as part of the first seven franchises of the Overwatch League. 
- October 24th - KSV announces that they will acquire the rosters of MVP Black and MVP Miracle after BlizzCon 2017, which ended on November 4th. 
- November 28th - KSV has to drop the roster of KSV Miracle due to official sponsoring rules by Blizzard. 
|Kevin Chou||Kevin Chou||Owner|
|Kent Wakeford||Kent Wakeford||Board Member|
|Philip Hyun||Philip Hyun||Vice Chairman|
|Arnold Hur||Arnold Hur||Chief Growth Officer|
|Chris Bosh||Chris Bosh||Player Management Advisor|
- RallyJaffa (2017-10-24). "KSV acquires MVP Black & MVP Miracle.".
- Blizzard Entertainment (2017-07-12). "Overwatch League™ welcomes first seven teams".
- Blizzard Entertainment (2017-11-28). "The 2018 HGC Teams and Rosters Are Set".
- Dustin Steiner (2018-05-04). "KSV Rebrands as Gen.G Esports Across All Games".
- Dustin Steiner (2018-05-04). "Gen.G and Seoul Dynasty Add Chris Bosh as Player Management Advisor".