|Coach(es)||Choi "Edgar" Woo-beom|
Ju "Odin" Yeong-dal
Yeo "TrAce" Chang-dong
Gen.G is a League of Legends team based in Korea, formerly known as KSV Esports.
Following a decent first split in the LCK, Gen.G qualified to the 2018 World Championship after defeating Griffin in the Korean Regional Finals, earning Korea's third spot. Seeded in a group alongside favorites Royal Never Give Up, North America's Cloud9 and Europe's Team Vitality, Gen.G delivered the worst performance of a Korean team ever to attend a World Championship, grabbing a single win against C9 to end placed last with a 1-5 record.
- May 3rd, KSV eSports rebrands to Gen.G.
- May 17th, MONG and Fly join.
- June 7th, Life joins starting roster.
- November 15th, Crown and Ambition leave.
- November 17th, CoreJJ, Haru and MONG leave.
- November 23rd, CuVee, Fly, Ruler and Life extend their contracts.
- November 23rd, Peanut Joins. 
- December 4th, Roach joins.
|Date Joined||Player||Real Name||Role|
|2018/05||CuVee||Lee Seong-jin (이성진)||
|2018/12||Roach||Kim Kang-hui (김강희)||
|2018/11||Peanut||Han Wang-ho (한왕호)||
|2018/05||Fly||Song Yong-jun (송용준)||
|2018/05||Ruler||Park Jae-hyuk (박재혁)||
|2018/06||Life||Kim Jeong-min (김정민)||
|Date Left||Player||Role||⇒||New Team|
|Lee Ji-hoon (이지훈)||[]||General Manager|
|Choi Woo-beom (최우범)||Edgar||Head Coach|
|Ju Yeong-dal (주영달)||oDin||Coach|
|Yeo Chang-dong (여창동)||TrAce||Coach|