Gen.G put their line-up on transfer
Gen.G has put all players on transfer and allowed them to look for possible career options. A spokesman for the multi-gaming organization announced the news in an interview with Rush B Media.
A Gen.G representative told Rush B Media that the "players aren't benched and it isn't VALORANT over CS. We want them to see any offers as we go in to 2021. We recognize that it has been a challenging period for professional CS, and we're looking at how the scene develops into 2021. In the meantime, we wanted to make sure to minimize the impact on players, so we have allowed them to keep their options open while still under contract with us." Additionally, "[Gen.G] are willing to waive buyouts if the player[s] wants to go somewhere."
Timothy "autimatic" Ta, Kenneth "koosta" Suen, Hansel "BnTeT" Ferdinand, and coach Chris "Elmapuddy" Tebbit do not have a long-term contract with Gen.G. If they manage to find a suitable offer, the organization is ready to part with no compensation.
That said, the club has not announced plans for a new roster and is currently evaluating the discipline's future in 2021. Gen.G remains in possession of a permanent Flashpoint slot, which was bought out for $2 million before the franchise league's first season.
Gen.G entered the CS:GO professional scene in December 2019. The best results in that time were wins at the 2020 Dreamhack Open Anaheim and the ESL One Road to Rio North American RMR tournament.