Tim “Nemesis” Lipovšek and Juš “Crownshot” Marušič sign up with Gen.G as part of its brand-new material development team. The team in question includes a mix of players and influencers for a hefty 2021 material plan. Gen.G wants to produce a mixture of Korean and English material on Twitch, YouTube, Instagram, and Twitter.

A different battlefront

Nemesis and Crownshot are professional gamers at the peak of their professions however found themselves without a group for the 2021 season. Bane notoriously combated along with Fnatic throughout its back-to-back Worlds appearances in 2019 and 2020. Unfortunately, Crownshot stopped working to certify for Worlds with SK Gaming however has been a constant force on the team. The two players relied on online streaming during the offseason while awaiting a brand-new team. Now, these competent gamers find themselves in an established Korean organization with a very different job description. Crownshot and Nemesis’ role on the Gen.G content group focuses on “doing live-reviews of matches while training on the ladder.”

Gen.G’s COO Arnold Hur took to Twitter to discuss the role of each member on the brand brand-new content production group. The group consists of 2 previous world champions who formerly bet Gen.G. Aspiration and CuVee protected a Worlds win prior to Samsung Galaxy rebranded to Gen.G in 2018. The two world champions’ role on the group focuses on streaming League of Legends.

The organization also signed a number of influencers to complete the dual-language material spread it has actually imagined for 2021. League of Legends is not the only focus for Gen.G. The group signed on several professional gamers and influencers for other esports titles to cater to a larger audience. Gen.G successfully created a home for experienced players to showcase their talents even away from the expert stage.

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