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Until now, during the construction of its CS:GO team, Gen.G Esports division operated only in North America, but there are many indications that now the organization’s attention has turned to Asia. According to Jarek “DeKay” Lewis, the¬†last vacancy in the newly formed team may be occupied by Hansel “BnTeT” Ferdinand.

The Indonesian has represented TYLOO for over two years and we can say that he is even the biggest star of the team. Together with his companions, the 24-year-old had three times the opportunity to show himself at the highest-ranking tournament, the Valve Major, but in recent months the form of the Asian squad was not sensational. It is true that TYLOO reached the CS:GO Asia Championships 2019 semi-final, but this result can be treated as an “accident at work” more than a hard-earned effort. BnTeT and the company from the beginning of October ended their participation in prestigious international competitions three times.

One of Lewis’s sources adds that Gen.G’s management was about to submit their first inquiry about Ferdinand, whose contract with his current employer is expected to expire by the end of the year.

If BnTeT actually decides to join Gen.G, then the composition of this team will be as follows:

  • Damian “daps” Steele
  • Timothy “autimatic” Ta
  • Kenneth “koosta” Suen
  • Sam “s0m” Oh
  • Hansel “BnTeT” Ferdinand
  • Chris “Elmapuddy” Tebbit – coach

Earlier we announced that a young talent Sam “s0m” Oh would be joining the new team as well. In the meanwhile, Gen.G will be playing with Hunter “SicK” Mims as a standin.

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