The Gen.G Esports officials are not idle and continue completing their CS:GO squad. Today, the team which had three players so far, was joined by Sam “s0m” Oh, who spent the last nine months under the flag of Team Envy.
The 17-year-old player is considered an up-and-coming talent in the US. That is why at the beginning of 2018 he signed a contract offered to him by Complexity Gaming, making him its streamer. The teenager, however, was also treated as a potential successor to one of the players, but the subsequent staff revolution in the CoL ranks thwarted these plans, which made Oh decide to look for happiness elsewhere. Eventually, in March 2019 he came to Envy, with which he performed, among others at Intel Extreme Masters Chicago 2019 and DreamHack Masters Malmö 2019, and also competed in the ESL Pro League.
Now s0m will have the opportunity to gain experience under the watchful eye of players such as Timothy “autimatic” Ta or Damian “daps” Steele, who joined the Korean organization earlier this month from Cloud9. In addition, in the near future he will also cooperate with Hunter “SicK” Mimes. The American, who spent most of the ending year in Complexity, unlike Oh, however, was not permanently involved. His task is different — he is to support Gen.G representatives during the forthcoming elimination for Intel Extreme Masters Katowice 2020 as a substitute.
In this situation, the roster of Gen.G Esports is as follows:
- Damian “daps” Steele
- Timothy “autimatic” Ta
- Kenneth “koosta” Suen
- Sam “s0m” Oh
- Hunter “SicK” Mims – substitute
- Chris “Elmapuddy” Tebbit – trainer