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Clid, Rascal, and Bdd join Gen.G

Gen.G is stacked.

League of Legends team Gen.G has acquired former T1 jungler Kim “Clid” Tae-min, DragonX top laner Kim “Rascal” Kwang-hee, and KT Rolster mid laner Gwak “Bdd” Bo-seong for its 2020 LCK roster, the organization announced today.

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After some miraculous offseason signings, Gen.G has picked up one of the strongest looking teams in Korea. The new players will join AD carry Park “Ruler” Jae-hyuk, and support player Kim “Life” Jeong-min to make up the five-man lineup. 

Gen.G saw little success in 2019, falling to a seventh-place finish in the spring and ending the year as the sixth-best team in the summer. They failed to make it to the world stage, despite their talent-stacked roster. Former world champion Lee “CuVee” Seong-jin performed admirably alongside the bot lane duo, but the team as a whole was outclassed by the rookies of Damwon and Sandbox Gaming. 

Clid, Rascal, and Bdd will usher in a new era for Gen.G, transforming the team again into a competitive force going into 2020. Clid is the best jungler in Korea, while Rascal and Bdd have a combination of experience and solo lane prowess. Both Rascal and Bdd admittedly could have had better seasons with their former teams, but they undeniably have untapped potential.


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