KSV Black

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[e][h]KSV Black
Team Information
Region:
Total Earnings:
$160,000
Links
Achievements
2017 Heroes of the Storm Gold Club World Championship2018 Heroes of the Storm Global Championship Phase #1 South Korea Pro League
Player Breakdown
Number of Players
0
History
Organization:
2017-07-12
Heroes team:
2017-10-24
KSV Black becomes Gen.G:
2018-05-04
Disbanded:
2018-05-04

KSV Black was a Heroes team playing in the South Korea region. The team was part of the KSV eSports organization. In May of 2018 the organization rebranded as Gen.G esports.

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Player Roster[edit]

Former[edit]

Former Squad
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
South Korea KyoCha Won Ho Jeong Flex 2017-11-05 [1] 2018-05-04 [3] Gen.GGen.G Gen.G
South Korea Reset Jin Woo Im Ranged 2017-11-05 [1] 2018-05-04 [3] Gen.GGen.G Gen.G
South Korea Rich Jae Won Lee Carry 2017-11-05 [1] 2018-05-04 [3] Gen.GGen.G Gen.G
South Korea Sake Jung Hyuk Lee Support 2017-11-05 [1] 2018-05-04 [3] Gen.GGen.G Gen.G
South Korea Ttsst Oon Sung Kang Tank 2017-11-05 [1] 2018-05-04 [3] Gen.GGen.G Gen.G

Organization[edit]

Former Organization
ID Name Position
United States Kevin Chou Kevin Chou Owner
United States Kent Wakeford Kent Wakeford COO
South Korea Noblesse Do Jun Chae Coach

Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Results Prize
2018
2018-04-21 A11st A1Tier 1 Heroes of the Storm Global Championship 2018 Heroes of the Storm Global Championship Phase #1 South Korea Pro League 12/0/2 Grp. S. $ 60,000
2018-03-18 A22nd A1Tier 1 Heroes of the Storm Global Championship 2018 Heroes of the Storm Global Championship Phase #1 Eastern Clash 3 : 4 BallistixBallistix $ 20,000
2017
2017-12-10 A11st A1Tier 1 Gold Club World Championship 2017 Heroes of the Storm Gold Club World Championship 3 : 0 Team DignitasTeam Dignitas $ 80,000
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Trivia[edit]

  • KSV acquired the MVP Black roster before 2017 HGC Grand Finals. By the time there weren't any rosters in the organization playing under the KSV tag, as Seoul Dynasty had its own branding. The organization wasn't able to get their new jerseys designed in time and decided to let the roster play as MVP, though the trophy and the earnings of that tournament went to the KSV headquarters. [4]

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