She gained recognition in the scene after being accused of using an aim bot to play her signature Zarya in competitive play. She later proved that she was not cheating by playing several matches in a controlled setting with a camera recording her mouse hand. Geguri's accusers said they would quit playing if she was not hacking. When it was proven she was not hacking, many of the accusers quit their team and the professional Overwatch scene entirely.
- She was one of the youngest pro players, entering the APEX scene at 17 years old.
- She was the first female player to be signed to an Overwatch APEX team.
- She is the first female player to be signed to an Overwatch League team.
- Geguri (게구리) is a misspelling of the korean word for frog; gaeguri (개구리).
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|2018-08-26||L||Showm.||OWL All-Star Game 2018||1 : 4||$0|
|2018-08-26||L||Showm.||OWL All-Stars 2018 - Lúcioball Showdown||1 : 2||$0|
|2018-06-17||12th||Premier||Overwatch League - Inaugural Season||0/40||Grp. S.||$25,000|
|2017-09-08||13 - 15th||Premier||Overwatch APEX Season 4||0/-/3||Grp. S.||$2,315|
|2016-07-17||2nd||Minor||Nexus Cup - Recall Season||0 : 4||$4,500|
|2016-06-16||1 - 2nd||Qualifier||Nexus Cup - Recall Season Korean Qualifier||1 : 0||$0|
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- 2016-06-21 | Talented young Overwatch player accused of cheating, Blizzard says 'nope' by Samuel Lingle of Dot Esports
- 2017-08-07 | Geguri joins ROX Orcas, becomes first female player in Overwatch's top league by Cass Marshall of Heroes Never Die