Gen.G is an American team.
Black Ops 4
After a week of rumors, Gen.G signed Team Space as their first ever Call of Duty roster. Spacely, MajorManiak, Nagafen, Havok, and Maux joined the team alongside Nubzy as coach and Louqa as substitute. They started off their first set of CWL Pro League 2019 matches with a 6-1 record and the first position in Division A.
- January 31, Spacely, MajorManiak, Nagafen, Havok, and Maux join. Nubzy joins as coach. Louqa joins as substitute.
- March 6, Spacely becomes a restricted free agent.
- March 12, Envoy joins.
- April 22, Spacely replaces Louqa as substitute.
- June 24, Spacely replaces Nagafen on active roster.
- July 6, Nagafen replaces Spacely on active roster.
- July 17, Spacely leaves on loan to Mazer Gaming.
- August 28, Spacely returns from loan to Mazer Gaming. Nagafen, Maux, and Havok become restricted free agents.
- September 3, Envoy becomes restricted free agent. Nubzy leaves.
- September 7, the organization announces they will not participate in the Call of Duty League.
- October 24, Envoy leaves.
- October 26, MajorManiak leaves.
- November 19, Spacely and Nagafen leave.
- December 2, Havok and Maux leave.
Out On Loan
||Jul 2019 - Aug 2019
- February 1, Mindfreak Call of Duty star Louqa joins CWL Pro League roster as substitute by Ross Deason on Dexerto
- February 15, Luminosity rebound, Midnight shutdown GenG, & Evil Geniuses get their 1st win | The Esports Dispatch by LandO on UMG Gaming
- March 7, Parzelion joins UYU, Gen.G add Envoy | The Esports Dispatch by LandO on UMG Gaming
- June 15, Gen.G: PlayStation Profiles by CWL on YouTube
- August 4, 32 on 32: Gen.G Feat. JoeyNubzy - Pool B Predictions Call of Duty World Champs by IHOLDSHIFT on YouTube
- August 15, What went WRONG for Gen.G in CoD Champs 2019? Coach Joey responds with Dexerto on Dexerto
- August 28, Sources: Gen.G and Luminosity denied franchise slots for Call of Duty league’s inaugural season by Preston Byers on Dot Esports