Gen.G drops almost all of their players after Worlds 2023 shortcomings

Gen.G has introduced that it’s dropped almost its total roster proper because the low season started after ending high proper at Worlds 2023.

Gen.G had an general nice season in 2023 however failed to achieve the heights that it may have with its star-studded roster. The workforce solely made two modifications coming into the yr after putting high 4 on the 2022 League of Legends World Championship.

The workforce added Yoo ‘Delight’ Hwan-joong and Kim ‘Peyz’ Su-hwan, who each beforehand have been in Gen.G’s academy system, to the bot lane and hopped to compete for world titles but once more in 2023.

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The squad managed to win the LCK Spring and Summer playoffs and qualify for each Worlds 2023 and the Mid-Season Invitational. But the workforce couldn’t get it performed within the last levels but once more, dropping the Bilibili Gaming within the semifinals at MSI and the quarterfinals at Worlds.

Going into the 2024 season, Gen.G have determined to implode its roster and transfer on from stars like Han ‘Peanut’ Wang-ho and Jeong ‘Chovy’ Ji-hoon.

Gen.G transfer on from star players after high eight end at Worlds

Gen.G announced proper firstly of the free company window, November 21, that it has not re-signed Chovy, Peanut, Delight, or its high laner Choi ‘Doran’ Hyeon-joon and that they’ll hit the free market.

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All three had their contracts renewed in 2022 to run out in 2023 after their Worlds run, nonetheless, the workforce didn’t appear to wish to lengthen their contracts for an additional yr.

The South Korean esports group moreover let go of its teaching workers, all of whom had contracts expiring after Worlds 2023. The solely participant remaining on the Gen.G squad in the mean time is Peyz, whose contract goes by way of 2024.

While the roster change is excessive, Gen.G isn’t the one workforce to clear its deck for the low season and may have its choose of the litter in the case of free brokers heading into 2024.

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