The Korean/North American based organization, Gen.G has decided to enter the Counter-Strike:Global Offensive world.
The move was made by signing three players from the North American giants, Cloud 9 and not just ordinary three but the core of the team.
The Korean management managed to secure contracts for Timothy 'autimatic' Ta, Kenneth 'koosta' Suen and Damian 'daps' Steele, along side them, Chris 'Elmapuddy' Tebbit was added to the roster as their head coach.
To be clear, the Gen.G organization is known for many teams such as PUBG, Fortnite, NBA, Overwatch and League of Legends, the organization is part Korean part Norh American based.
The announcement of the sign was made by the management on the twitter page
"We are honored to join the CS:GO community and welcome three veteran players as the core of our CS roster.
Two more players will be announced in the coming weeks.
Our goal is to bring home another Major to North America #WeAreGenG."
On the other side, the Cloud 9 management only had to say that they will retain their last player, Oscar 'mixwell' Canellas Colocho as the trial Yassine 'Subroza' Taoufik was released with no clear future and the future of the benched player Tyson 'TenZ' Ngo is also unclear.
Most likely the management of Cloud 9 seek to revamp their roster which was freefalling as of late.
The Gen.G management stated that they seek to bring back another Major title into the North American region.
At the moment the two organization now have the following CS:GO rosters:
- Oscar 'mixwell' Canellas Colocho
- Tyson 'TenZ' Ngo (innactive)
- Tyler 'Skadoodle' Latham (innactive)
- James 'JamezIRL' Macaulay (coach)
While Gen.G CS:GO at the moment is:
- Timothy 'autimatic' Ta
- Kenneth 'koosta' Suen
- Damian 'daps' Steele
- Chris 'Elmapuddy' Tebbit (coach)