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Gen.G Esports

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[e][h]Gen.G Esports
Team Information
TrAce, oDin
Total Earnings:
Upcoming Matches

JDG vs. Gen.G
May 29, 2020 - 7:00 UTC
DRX vs. Gen.G
May 29, 2020 - 9:00 UTC
Gen.G vs. iG
May 29, 2020 - 11:00 UTC


2017 Season[edit]

Post - Season 7 World Championship

Gen.G, back then known as KSV eSports, acquired the 2017 League of Legends World Champions Samsung Galaxy's roster. The acquisition happened on the 30th of November, 2017.

2018 Season[edit]

Wraith and Stitch left the team. Wraith went to join Jin Air Greenwings and Stitch went to join the LMS team, G-Rex. KSV eSports came into the LCK 2018 Spring Split with their world champ winning roster. Former KT coach, Lee Ji-hoon, joined KSV eSports as the general manager. Through the assistance of Wraith and Jin Air Greenwings defeating the ROX Tigers, KSV eSports managed to qualify for the LCK 2018 Spring Playoff. They met SKT in the wildcard match and conceded defeat with a score of 1:2, thus ending their Spring Split run.

On the 3rd of May, KSV eSports rebranded to Generation Gaming, better abbreviated as Gen.G. Gen.G acquired 2 new players, Fly and MONG. Gen.G qualified to the LCK 2018 Summer Playoffs and ending their regular season with 13 wins and 5 defeats. They were in a 4 way tie with kt Rolster, Griffin and Kingzone DragonX, due to head to head records, Gen.G was fourth. Gen.G were defeated by Afreeca Freecs in the wildcard match, hence putting them into the Korea Regional Gauntlet. Gen.G ran through the whole Korea Regionals Gauntlet by defeating SKT 3:2 and then proceeding to beat the favourites and Summer finalist, Griffin in a 3:2 fashion. They proceeded to defeat Kingzone DragonX dominantly 3:0. Hence empowering the meme of Gen.G's roster being the Gauntlet Gods. Gen.G came into the 2018 Worlds off one of the best gauntlet runs, with the homecrowd backing them up, they failed to show up and ended the group stage with 1:5.

On November 15, Ambition and Crown leaves Gen.G. Ambition retiring and Crown at the time was a free agent, only to join OpTic Gaming in the NA LCS later in the year. On November 17, Mong, Haru and CoreJJ leaves. Haru eventually joins SKT and CoreJJ joins Team Liquid.

On November 23, superstar jungler Peanut joins the roster.

On December 3, Roach joins the roster.

The team competed at the 2018 LoL KeSPA Cup with the new roster and dominated the other teams. They met Griffin in the finals but ended up losing 0:3.

2019 Season[edit]

Gen.G came off from a hot streak after the 2019 KeSPA Cup Finals against Griffin. The team failed to qualify for the LCK 2019 Spring Playoffs and just barely avoiding relegations. They ended their Spring regular season with 5:13 record, finishing 7th place.




Active Squad
ID Name Position Join Date
South Korea Rascal Kim Kwang-hee (김광희) Top 2019-11-20[13]
South Korea Clid Kim Tae-min (김태민) Jungle 2019-11-20[13]
South Korea Bdd Gwak Bo-seong (곽보성) Mid 2019-11-20[13]
South Korea Ruler Park Jae-hyuk (박재혁) ADC 2017-11-30[1]
South Korea Life Kim Jeong-min (김정민) Support 2018-05-03[3]
ID Name Position Join Date
South Korea Kellin Kim Hyeong-gyu (김형규) Support 2019-12-09[14]


Former Players
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
South Korea MONG Moon Chang-min (문창민) Top 2018-05-17[4] 2018-11-17[6]
South Korea Haru Kang Min-seung (강민승) Jungle 2017-11-30[1] 2018-11-17[6] SK Telecom T1
South Korea CoreJJ Jo Yong-in (조용인) Support 2017-11-30[1] 2018-11-17[6] Team Liquid
South Korea Ambition Kang Chan-yong (강찬용) Jungle 2017-11-30[1] 2018-11-16[5]
South Korea Crown Lee Min-ho (이민호) Mid 2017-11-30[1] 2018-11-16[5] OpTic Gaming
Former Players
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
South Korea CuVee Lee Seong-jin (이성진) Top 2017-11-30[1] 2019-11-18[12] Hanwha Life Esports
South Korea Roach Kim Kang-hui (김강희) Top 2018-12-03[8] 2019-11-18[12] T1
South Korea Peanut Han Wang-ho (한왕호) Jungle 2018-11-24[7] 2019-11-18[12] LGD Gaming
South Korea SeongHwan Yun Seong-Hwan (윤성환) Jungle 2019-04-19[9] 2019-11-18[12] paiN Gaming
South Korea Fly Song Yong-jun (송용준) Mid 2018-05-17[4] 2019-11-18[12] Afreeca Freecs
South Korea Kuzan Lee Seong-hyuk (이성혁) Mid 2019-05-20[10] 2019-11-18[12]
South Korea Rich Lee Jae-Won (이재원) Mid 2019-05-29[11] 2019-11-18[12]
South Korea Asper Kim Tae-gi (김태기) Support 2019-05-29[11] 2019-11-18[12]



ID Name Position Join Date
United States Kevin Chou Kevin Chou Co-Founder & Chairman 2017-06-27
United States Phillip Hyun Phillip Hyun Co-Founder & Vice Chairman 2017-06-27
United States Michael Li Michael Li Co-Founder & Director 2017-06-27
United States Kent Wakeford Kent Wakeford Co-Founder & Director 2017-06-27
United States Chris Park Chris Park Chief Executive Officer 2019-01-07
United States Arnold Hur Arnold Hur Chief Growth Officer 2017-10-03
South Korea 이지훈 Lee Ji-hoon (이지훈) General Manager 2018-01-02
South Korea oDin Ju Yeong-dal (주영달) Coach 2017-11-30
South Korea TrAce Yeo Chang-dong (여창동) Coach 2017-11-30
South Korea Ambition Kang Chan-yong (강찬용) Steamer 2019-12-03


Former Organization
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Organization
South Korea Edgar Choi Woo-beom (최우범) Head Coach 2017-11-30 2020-05-15[15]


Date Placement Tier Tournament Results Prize
2020-04-25 A22nd A1Premier LCK LCK Spring 2020 0 : 3 $48,627
2019-12-31 A55 - 8th A2Major KeSPA Cup KeSPA Cup 2019 1 : 2 $4,286
2019-08-18 A66th A1Premier LCK LCK Summer 2019 10/-/8 Grp. S. $8,278
2019-03-31 A77th A1Premier LCK LCK Spring 2019 5/-/13 Grp. S. $8,824
2018-12-31 A22nd A2Major KeSPA Cup KeSPA Cup 2018 0 : 3 $17,920
2018-10-14 B313 - 16th A1Premier World Championship 2018 World Championship 1/-/5 Grp. S. $80,625
2018-09-16 A11st A2Major LCK LCK Regional Finals 2018 3 : 0 $0
2018-08-12 A55th A1Premier LCK LCK Summer 2018 0 : 2 $13,360
2018-03-31 A55th A1Premier LCK LCK Spring 2018 1 : 2 $14,036
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament


Recent Matches[edit]

DateTimeTierTournamentScoreVs. Team
2020-04-2508:00 UTCA1PremierLCK Spring 2020 - PlayoffsLCK Spring 2020 - Playoffs0 : 3 T1
2020-04-1506:00 UTCA1PremierLCK Spring 2020 - Week 9LCK Spring 2020 - Week 92 : 1 KT
2020-04-1211:00 UTCA1PremierLCK Spring 2020 - Week 8LCK Spring 2020 - Week 81 : 2 HLE
2020-04-0811:00 UTCA1PremierLCK Spring 2020 - Week 8LCK Spring 2020 - Week 82 : 1 APK
2020-04-0412:00 UTCA1PremierLCK Spring 2020 - Week 7LCK Spring 2020 - Week 70 : 2 DRX
Complete list of matches in any tournament



Additional Content[edit]




Highlight Videos[edit]

Match Highlights[edit]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 "Samsung Galaxy acquired by KSV" (in United Kingdom). 2017-11-30.
  2. Gen.G (2018-05-03). "Gen.G: Rebranding story" (in United Kingdom). YouTube.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Life joins Gen.G" (in United Kingdom). Gen.G. 2018-05-03.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Byungho "Haao" Kim (2018-05-17). "GenG Esports LoL team announces their new recruits: Fly and MONG" (in United Kingdom). InvenGlobal.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 GenGLoL (2018-11-16). "Farewell, Ambition and Crown". Twitter.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 GenGLoL (2018-11-17). "Farewell CoreJJ, Mong and Maru". Facebook.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Gen.G (2018-11-24). "Introducing our new jungler, 'Peanut' Wang Ho Han!". Twitter.
  8. 8.0 8.1 Gen.G (2018-12-03). "Introducing a new addition to the Gen.G LoL🥳!". Twitter.
  9. 9.0 9.1 Gen.G (2019-04-19). "SeongHwan joined Gen.G LoL as a jungler!". Twitter.
  10. 10.0 10.1 Gen.G (2019-05-20). "Introducing a new face in Gen.G!". Twitter.
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 Gen.G (2019-05-29). "New face of Gen.G LoL team!". Twitter.
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 12.6 12.7 12.8 "안녕하세요, 젠지 이스포츠입니다." (in South Korea Korean). Gen.G Esports. 2019-11-18.
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 "We’re really excited to announce our newest additions to the Gen.G @leagueoflegends team:" (in English Speaking English). Gen.G Esports. 2019-11-20.
  14. 14.0 14.1 InvenGlobal (2019-12-09). "Official: Former support for Jin Air Green Wings joins Gen.G".
  15. 15.0 15.1 Gen.G (2020-05-15). "[Thank you, @woobeom_choi #TigerNation #WeAreGenG"].