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Team:G2 Esports

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G2 Esports
G2 Esports
Location Berlin, Germany Germany (Currently)
Las Rozas de Madrid, Spain Spain (Formerly)
Owners Carlos Rodriguez Santiago (Ocelote)
Sponsors/Partners HyperX
Paysafecard
Kinguin
eNgage
Sennheiser
NEEDforSEAT
Razer
Other games League of Legends
Counter Strike: Global Offensive
Hearthstone: Heroes of WarCraft
Vain Glory

G2 Esports, also known as G2 Kinguin after its title sponsor, is a Spanish professional E-Sports organization headquarted in Berlin, Germany. It was founded as League of Legends team Gamers2 in February 2014 by former SK Gaming star mid-laner Carlos Rodriguez (Ocelote). By the time it rebranded as G2 Esports in November 2015, the team had already begun to branch into other games, including Hearthstone: Heroes of WarCraft and Counter Strike: Global Offensive. On July 11th, 2016, a mere matter of days before EVO, G2 announced their entry into Super Smash Bros. by signing Westballz from Tempo Storm.[1]

Former smashers[edit]

Professional smashers[edit]

ID Name Game Main(s) Join Date Leave Date
United States Westballz Weston Dennis Super Smash Bros. Melee FalcoHeadSSBM.png 2016-07-11 2019-03-31

Other famous Players[edit]

  • Sweden Martin Larsson (Rekkles) League of Legends player and current botlaner
  • Denmark Rasmus Borregaard Winther (Caps) League of Legends Worlds Championship Finalist 2019 and current midlaner
  • Poland Marcin Jankowski (Jankos) League of Legends Worlds Championship Finalist 2019 and current jungler
  • France Kenny Schrub (kennyS) Counter Strike: Global Offensive player and current AWPer
  • Serbia Nemanja Isaković (nexa) Counter Strike: Global Offensive player and current rifler and in-game leader
  • Netherlands Thijs Molendijk (Thijs) Hearthstone player
  • Germany Adrian Koy (Lifecoach) Hearthstone player
  • Romania Radu Dima (Rdu) Hearthstone player

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