We are excited to announce the new Gen.G esports Overwatch Contenders roster! We ask for your continuous love and support!— Gen.G esports (@GenG) February 22, 2019
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Their new lineup comes after the organization’s bottom four finish in Contenders 2018 Season 3: Korea, where they went 1-4 in their round-robin group.
Four members of Gen.G have left after the departure of LVLZ earlier this month. Umtae and Shubil have left, with the former joining Bermuda Bermuda North America Rank #0 , while LUKE and Agnes were not listed in the team’s new lineup.
Weeked previously played for the Seoul Dynasty Seoul Dynasty OWL Rank #7 in the Overwatch League, who’s parent company also owns Gen.G, and was briefly on MVP Space MVP Space Contenders KR Rank #8 alongside Oberon and Fuze. Glister and Creative also reunite with each other from X6-Gaming X6-Gaming Inactive . Lastly, WooHyaL joins after playing for XL2 Academy XL2 Academy Contenders NA Rank #6 . WooHyaL, like Weeked, played in the Overwatch League last season. He was released by the London Spitfire before the team's championship run.
Gen.G esports are set to compete in Contenders 2019 Season 1: Korea.
- Jeong "Stalk3r" Hag-yong (정학용) (DPS)
- Lim "Glister" Gil-seong (임길성) (DPS)
- Choi "Wekeed" Seok-woo (최석우) (DPS)
- Ham "Oberon" Eun-sang (함은상) (Tank)
- Sung "WOOHYAL" Seung-hyun (성승현) (Off-tank)
- Kim "creative" Young-wan (김영완) (Flex-support)
- Kim "DNCE" Se-yong (김세용) (Support)
- Kim "Fuze" Tae-hoon (김태훈) (Support)