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League of Legends

Gen.G Clears Out Roster, Including CuVee

Lawrence "Malystryx" Phillips

The post-Worlds League of Legends roster reshuffle is in full swing and Gen.G, who missed out on attending, are undergoing a significant overhaul ahead of the offseason. An overhaul that sees only two players stay on.

With eight players leaving the team, including CuVee, this appears to be the dawn of a new age for Gen.G (Photo via Riot Games)

With eight players leaving the team, including CuVee, this appears to be the dawn of a new age for Gen.G (Photo via Riot Games)

Gen.G have decided to rebuild their roster around bot lane duo Ruler and Life, with Ruler’s contract extended through to 2022, showing a long-term commitment to the 20-year old. Meanwhile, Life has been contracted through to November 2020.

The overhaul surprisingly sees the departure of 2017 World Championship winner Lee “CuVee” Sung-jin, who was the longest-standing member of the team, and their most celebrated player. Other players to have left the org are Roach, Peanut, Seonghwan, Fly, Kuzan, Rich and Asper.

Gen.G had a rough 2019, and only just narrowly avoided relegation following a failure to qualify for the LCK 2019 Spring Playoffs. Although Summer Split recruit Kuzan proved to be a flash in the pan, the return of Fly to the mid lane saw Gen.G have a huge surge in positive results leading into crunch time for Worlds.

Gen.G were just one win away from a glorious and timely return to form but fell at the final hurdle. A defeat to DAMWON Gaming in the last match of the Summer Split proved fatal to their hopes of reaching the postseason, their third series defeat in a row. With eight players leaving the team, including CuVee, this appears to be the dawn of a new age for Gen.G.

Gen.G League of Legends roster

Park “Ruler” Jae-hyuk

Kim “Life” Jeong-min