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G2 Esports

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G2 Esports
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Team Information
Org LocationGermany Germany
Founded InSpain Spain
Region
EU
 Europe
OwnerCarlos "ocelote" Rodríguez Santiago
Head CoachFabian "GrabbZ" Lohmann
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History
Created2015-10-15
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G2 Esports is a European team. They were formerly known as Gamers2.

History[edit]

2016 Season[edit]

Spring Split[edit]

G2 Esports rebranded from the name Gamers2 in October 2015, after qualifying for the EU LCS. In addition to rebranding, the team changed several positions in their roster: from Smittyj, Kikis, PerkZ, Jesse, and Hybrid as their qualifying roster, G2 Esports moved Kikis to top lane and add Korean players Trick and Emperor. Their roster quickly rose to prominence and recognition in the LCS, consistently tied for first place after each week, sometimes with H2k and sometimes also with Vitality, until the end of the split when they held sole possession of first place with a 15-3 record. With a quarterfinal bye, the playoffs also saw them strong, as they defeated both Fnatic and Origen 3-1 to win the season and secure an invitation to the Mid-Season Invitational.

2016 Mid-Season Invitational[edit]

Going into MSI, G2 Esports were seen as a favorite not to win, but to come in second place to the Korean representatives SK Telecom T1.[1][2] However, the team lost their first four games of the round robin and ultimately finished in fifth place, ahead of only SuperMassive eSports, and out of playoff contention - importantly, this placement meant that Europe would miss out on a Pool 1 Seed at Worlds. In a statement published partway through the second day of play, G2 stated that their players had taken vacation time after a "rigorous Spring Split."[3] Emperor later stated that there had been an internal conflict within the team one day prior to the start of the event.[4]

These several factors - their performance compared to expectations, the far-reaching impact of their result harming the European region as a whole for Worlds seeding, and their statement seeming like a poor excuse - resulted in the organization receiving significant backlash from the community and sparked a debate with varied opinions on the matter from different people.[5][6][7][8]

Summer Split[edit]

Looking forward to the Summer Split, G2 announced the acquisition of the former Origen botlane, Zven and Mithy,[9] and Korean toplaner Expect. With a newfound strength in the bot lane, coupled with Trick's MVP-worthy performance, G2 went on to re-establish themselves as the best team in Europe, placing first in the Regular Season with a match record of 10-8-0 in spite of Kikis leaving the lineup between Weeks 6 and 7.[10] They then defeated Splyce 3-1 in the Summer Playoffs Finals, securing their spot in the 2016 World Championship.

2016 World Championship[edit]

Due to their poor MSI performance, G2 ended up joining Worlds as a Pool Two team, thus having to potentially face tougher opponents in the Group Stage. They were drafted in Group A along with LCK champions ROX Tigers, NA LCS second seed Counter Logic Gaming and International Wild Card Tournament winner from the CIS region Albus NoX Luna. G2 exited the tournament early in last place in their group, going 1-5 with their only win coming in their final game against Albus NoX.

2017 Season[edit]

Spring Split[edit]

During the 2016-17 offseason, G2 was one of only two teams along with Splyce to make no roster changes but bringing in MindGamesWeldon as assistant coach going into the Spring Split, being placed into Group A alongside Misfits, Fnatic, Team ROCCAT, and Giants Gaming.[11] After dominating the first half of the domestic split with a perfect 7-0 match record, G2 was invited to IEM Katowice to replace Cloud9, who had forfeited their berth. G2 defeated ROX Tigers and Kongdoo Monster of the LCK, along with European rivals Unicorns of Love, to make it to the tournament finals, where they lost 0-2 against the back-to-back LMS champion Flash Wolves.

In domestic competition, G2 held a commanding lead throughout the season, dropping only eight games and remaining undefeated in series until their very last match, losing to the surging Team ROCCAT. G2 finished in first overall with a 12-1 record, earning their third consecutive first-place regular season finish. They continued this in playoffs as well beating both Fnatic and Unicorns of Love 3-1 in the playoffs winning their third domestic title in a row and securing a place at Rift Rivals as well as another invitation to the Mid-Season Invitational.

2017 Mid-Season Invitational[edit]

G2 Esports finished the group stage of the Main Event with a 4-6 record in a 3-way-tie for third with Flash Wolves and Team SoloMid in which they came out as 3rd seed going into playoffs by being 3-1 in H2H against these teams. After upsetting Team WE to which they lost both games in groups 3-1 in semifinals they faced SK Telecom T1 in the finals but lost 1-3.

Summer Split[edit]

After giving their players a short vacation after MSI G2 had a slow start to the Summer Split ending the first round in their group 2-3 with one of their wins being in week 1 while playing with 3 subs.[12][13] Between weeks 5 and 6 G2 played with Fnatic and Unicorns of Love at the newly created Rift Rivals against the North American representatives Cloud 9, TSM, and Phoenix1. It was disappointing for both G2 and the EU LCS as G2 went 1-5 in groups and UoL lost the finals 0-3. They picked up the pace domestically though during intergroup matches and went on a 6 match winstreak dropping only 2 games before their run was suddenly stopped when Team ROCCAT upset them in the last week of Regular Season, followed by a 0-2 loss against Fnatic and a hard fought victory in quarterfinals against Splyce. With regained confidence from this win they went on cleanly sweeping H2k in semifinals and Misfits in finals for their 4th consecutive EU LCS title and qualifying for the 2017 World Championship as Europe's first seed.

2017 World Championship[edit]

Due to their MSI performance, G2 went into the draw as a first seed but ended up with the very tough draw anyways. Their Group C included LCK third seed Samsung Galaxy, LPL second seed Royal Never Give Up and TCL representative 1907 Fenerbahçe. G2 ended the group in third place, taking one game of group winner RNG but losing both games against Samsung.

2018 Season[edit]

Spring Split[edit]

Due to the departure of their botlane duo Zven and mithy they rebuilt their roster around midlaner Perkz.[14] They signed Wunder from Splyce, Jankos from H2k and Team ROCCAT's botlane Hjarnan / Wadid and coach GrabbZ who replaced YoungBuck after his decision to look for a new challenge.[15][16][17] After a inconsistent Spring Split Regular Season where they finished with a 11-7 record, beating Splyce in a tiebreaker for 2nd seed and 3-1 in semifinals a few weeks later. In finals they went up against Fnatic and their former coach YoungBuck to win their 5th title in a row but they could not defend their title as they were cleany swept 0-3.

Summer Split[edit]

G2 managed to deal with the new meta really good and started off strongly in Summer Split going into Rift Rivals as first place with a perfect record after 3 weeks of play. At Rift Rivals they won all of their group stage games against Team Liquid, 100 Thieves, and Echo Fox and despite losing the first game of finals Europe ended up winning the event. They could not keep their advantage in the EU LCS though and dropped after losing both tiebreaker games for 2nd place to 4th place going into playoffs where they lost decisively 0-3 to Misfits. This meant that they did not reach EU LCS finals for the first time in their history but still went into the Regional Finals as 2nd seed. They faced Splyce in Round 2 and barely scraped a 3-2 victory to face Summer Split runner up FC Schalke 04 in the final. Despite going into the match as underdogs they won comfortably 3-1 which secured them the third seed of Europe at the 2018 World Championship.

2018 World Championship[edit]

At the World Championship they went through Play-In Round 1 in Group B with SuperMassive eSports and Ascension Gaming and beating Infinity Esports in Round 2. In the Main Event they were drawn into group A with LCK second seed Afreeca Freecs, LMS first seed Flash Wolves and VCS representative Phong Vũ Buffalo. After going 2-1 in week 1 they went 1-2 on the deciding day going 1-1 against every team of the group and went on to beat Flash Wolves in a tiebreaker. Going into quarterfinals as clear underdog vs LPL's tournament favourite Royal Never Give Up they won the series 3-2 with an incredible performance but stood no chance vs the other LPL favourite Invictus Gaming in the semifinals.

2019 Season[edit]

On November 20, Riot Games announced G2 Esports as one of the ten partner teams for the LEC 2019 Spring Split.[18]

Spring Split[edit]

Coming into the 2019 Season G2 released their botlane duo and signed support Mikyx from Misfits and star midlaner Caps from their rivals Fnatic as replacements while Perkz switched roles from midlane to AD carry.[19][20] They started the Spring Split heads above their competition winning their first 9 games and quickly securing a place at the offline finals of playoffs but dropped some games towards the end of the split ending up in first place with a record of 13-5. In Round 2 of the new playoff format they faced Origen and after 2 close games, G2 dominated game 3 for a clean sweep. Because Origen won the semifinal against Fnatic they had a rematch and this time G2 destroyed them in 74:31 minutes which was by far the fastest playoff series in LEC history. Their 5th title also meant that they qualified for both Mid-Season Invitational and Rift Rivals.

Mid Season Invitational[edit]

Coming into MSI, there were worries concerning a wrist injury Mikyx had. However, it was announced that Mikyx would play at MSI. G2 finished the group stage with a 5-5 record, advancing to the semifinals as the third place team. In the semifinals, G2 faced off against SK Telecom T1. In a close five games series, G2 managed to edge out the victory over SKT and advanced to the Grand Final, where they swept Team Liquid 3-0 in the fastest international best-of-five series in League of Legends history, earning the title of Mid-Season Invitational 2019 Champions.

Summer Split[edit]

G2 carried their momentum from MSI forward into Summer Split despite taking a break due to which they went into week 1 with barely any practice on the new patch. After three weeks they were 2nd with a 5-1 record nonetheless and decided to have fun with role swaps and unexpected strategies at Rift Rivals against TL, C9 and TSM. Despite their loss in finals LEC managed to win the tournament 3-1. They somewhat continued this in the league and still dominated most games but also ended up being punished for their overconfidence when they played Garen toplane against Vitality. Due to their opponents having hiccups themselves G2 still comfortably secured 1st seed for playoffs with a 15-3 record and therefore a trip to Athens. In Round 2 of playoffs G2 found themselves quickly down 0-2 to Fnatic’s global compositions and were at a deficit in game 3 as well. On the back of Wunder’s Kled they managed to turn that game and the series around as they dismantled Fnatic in a 19 minute game 5 to advance to the finals. There they had a rematch against Fnatic who won the semifinals the day before and were even better prepared than last time. In a crazy start to the series Fnatic snowballed an early lead to a dominant victory. The next 3 games were similarly snowballed and G2 equalized the series twice before breaking the pattern and getting a very strong early game lead in game 5. Different from the series a week prior Fnatic did not crumble this time but instead held on somewhat and found some good engages with their teamfight composition but before they could turn the game fully around G2 found the deciding picks and ended the game and series to go to Worlds as Europe's 1st seed and one of the favourites to win it.

World Championship[edit]

G2 Esports were drawn in Group A of the World Championship main stage, alongside Griffin, Cloud9 and Hong Kong Attitude. G2 comfortably won all 3 games in the first round robin. In the second round robin, G2 went on to win their first two games against C9 and HKA, however, they dropped their final game to Griffin in the second round robin. This forced a tiebreaker for first place, in which Griffin dominated G2 Esports, meaning G2 would take the second place in group A. G2 were drawn against DAMWON Gaming in the quarterfinals. In a more straight forward series, G2 managed to beat DAMWON and advance to the semifinals, where they would meet SK Telecom T1. G2 took the first game in the series, after which SKT took game 2. G2 managed to win Game 3 and 4 and close out the series in a 3-1 victory, meaning G2 would advance to the Grand Final of the World Championships. There they would meet FunPlus Phoenix, the first seed from China, which they were defeated 0-3 afterwards, becoming the runner-up of the tournament.

Timeline[edit]

  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019

Player Roster[edit]

Active[edit]

Contract Expiration Notice: To prevent over-reporting of changes, we are keeping players with expired contracts listed here until either (a) an announcement is made from the player or the team about their departure; (b) the player joins another team; or (c) the 2020 season begins & the player is not re-added to the GCD, whichever happens first.
R C ID Name Role Contract Ends Joined
EU

Wunder Martin Hansen 2Top Laner 2021-11-15 2017-12-08
EU

Jankos Marcin Jankowski 3Jungler 2021-11-15 2017-12-08
EU

Caps Rasmus Winther 4Mid Laner 2021-11-15 2018-11-29
EU

Perkz Luka Perković 5Bot Laner 2021-11-15 2015-10-15
EU

Mikyx Mihael Mehle 6Support 2021-11-15 2018-11-29
Note: Teams are free to switch players between their LEC and Academy rosters as long as their roster for each game complies with the rules outlined in their respective ERL. Therefore, more players are eligible to start than are listed on this page - we will only list those that do play.

Former[edit]

R C ID Name Role Next Team Joined Left
EU

Thebaus Simon Hofverberg 21Sub/Top None 2019-01-092019-01-09 2019-11-192019-11-19
EU

promisq Hampus Abrahamsson 25Sub/Sup None 2019-03-122019-03-12 2019-11-192019-11-19
EU

Sacre Toni Sabalić 21Sub/Top SK Gaming Primelogo std.pngSK Gaming Prime 2018-01-082018-01-08 2019-01-092019-01-09
EU

Hjarnan Petter Freyschuss 14Bot Laner Ad Hoc Gaminglogo std.pngAd Hoc Gaming 2017-12-082017-12-08 2018-12-052018-12-05
KR

Wadid Kim Bae-in (김배인) 15Support Rogue (European Team)logo std.pngRogue 2017-12-082017-12-08 2018-11-292018-11-29
EU

Send0o Rosendo Fuentes 21Sub/Top G2 Vodafonelogo std.pngG2 Vodafone 2017-01-052017-01-05 2018-01-082018-01-08
EU

Hoang Michael Tuan Hoang 25Sub/Sup ÇİLEKLERlogo std.pngÇİLEKLER 2017-06-192017-06-19 2017-12-192017-12-19
EU

Zven Jesper Svenningsen 14Bot Laner Team SoloMidlogo std.pngTeam SoloMid 2016-05-182016-05-18 2017-11-242017-11-24
EU

mithy Alfonso Aguirre Rodríguez 15Support Team SoloMidlogo std.pngTeam SoloMid 2016-05-182016-05-18 2017-11-242017-11-24
KR

Expect Ki Dae-han (기대한) 11Top Laner Origenlogo std.pngOrigen 2016-05-182016-05-18 2017-11-212017-11-21
KR

Trick Kim Gang-yun (김강윤) 12Jungler Bbq Oliverslogo std.pngbbq Olivers 2015-12-302015-12-30 2017-11-202017-11-20
EU

loulex Jean-Victor Burgevin 22Sub/Jun Cloud9logo std.pngCloud9 2017-05-222017-05-22 2017-06-192017-06-19
EU

Upset Elias Lipp 24Sub/Bot FC Schalke 04 Esportslogo std.pngFC Schalke 04 2017-05-022017-05-02 2017-05-222017-05-22
EU

Visdom Benjamin Larsen 25Sub/Sup Team Kinguinlogo std.pngTeam Kinguin 2017-01-052017-01-05 2017-04-152017-04-15
EU

Unlimited Petar Georgiev 25Sub/Sup Misfits Gaminglogo std.pngMisfits Academy 2016-07-122016-07-12 2016-11-222016-11-22
EU

Relinquished Joel Fjellström 24Sub/Bot None 2016-01-072016-01-07 2016-08-112016-08-??
EU

Kikis Mateusz Szkudlarek 11Top Laner Fnaticlogo std.pngFnatic 2015-10-152015-10-15 2016-07-122016-07-12
KR

Emperor Kim Jin-hyun (김진현) 14Bot Laner LongZhulogo std.pngLongzhu Gaming 2015-12-302015-12-30 2016-05-182016-05-18
EU

Hybrid Glenn Doornenbal 15Support Origenlogo std.pngOrigen 2015-10-152015-10-15 2016-05-182016-05-18
EU

Tornell Christoffer Tornell 21Sub/Top Team Empirelogo std.pngTeam Empire 2016-01-072016-01-07 2016-05-182016-05-18
EU

Jesse Jesse Le 14Bot Laner Dignitaslogo std.pngDignitas 2015-10-152015-10-15 2015-12-132015-12-13
EU

Smittyj Lennart Warkus 11Top Laner Dignitaslogo std.pngDignitas 2015-10-152015-10-15 2015-11-182015-11-18

Formerly On Loan[edit]

ID Name Role Loaned From Duration
KR

Blanc Jin Seong-min (진성민) 13Mid Laner Paris Saint-Germainlogo std.pngParis Saint-Germain EU LCS 2017 Summer Split - Week 1

Temporary Subs[edit]

ID Name Role Replacing Tournament
EU

Amin Amin Mezher 12Jungler
  Smittyj
PGL LotR Season 1 - Playoffs
EU

Yuuki60 Florent Soler 14Bot Laner
  Hybrid
1 Amin subs in as Jungler while starting Jungler Kikis subs in as Top laner for Smittyj.
2 Yuuki60 subs in as AD carry while starting AD carry Jesse subs in as Support for Hybrid.

Player League Participation[edit]

Note that tiebreaker games ARE included in this display even though they are typically not included for regular-season records.

LEC

Player20132014201520162017201820192020Games
SpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummer
PerkzG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.png192
TrickG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngFC Schalke 04 Esportslogo std.png135
KikisUnicorns Of Lovelogo std.pngUnicorns Of Lovelogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngFnaticlogo std.png
G2 Esportslogo std.png
Mysterious Monkeyslogo std.pngTeam Vitalitylogo std.pngRogue (European Team)logo std.png116
HybridG2 Esportslogo std.pngOrigenlogo std.png54
EmperorG2 Esportslogo std.png18
MithyLemondogslogo std.pngOrigenlogo std.pngOrigenlogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngOrigenlogo std.pngOrigenlogo std.png192
ZvenOrigenlogo std.pngOrigenlogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.png138
ExpectG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngExcel Esportslogo std.pngExcel Esportslogo std.png128
LoulexGambitLogo std.pngH2k-Gaminglogo std.pngH2k-Gaminglogo std.pngUnicorns Of Lovelogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.png49
BlancG2 Esportslogo std.pngTeam ROCCATlogo std.pngTeam ROCCATlogo std.png39
Send0oG2 Esportslogo std.png3
JankosTeam ROCCATlogo std.pngTeam ROCCATlogo std.pngTeam ROCCATlogo std.pngTeam ROCCATlogo std.pngH2k-Gaminglogo std.pngH2k-Gaminglogo std.pngH2k-Gaminglogo std.pngH2k-Gaminglogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.png281
WunderSplycelogo std.pngSplycelogo std.pngSplycelogo std.pngSplycelogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.png188
HjarnanH2k-Gaminglogo std.pngH2k-Gaminglogo std.pngTeam Vitalitylogo std.pngTeam ROCCATlogo std.pngTeam ROCCATlogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngExcel Esportslogo std.png161
WadidTeam ROCCATlogo std.pngTeam ROCCATlogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngRogue (European Team)logo std.png115
MikyxSplycelogo std.pngSplycelogo std.pngSplycelogo std.pngMisfits Gaminglogo std.pngMisfits Gaminglogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.png163
CapsFnaticlogo std.pngFnaticlogo std.pngFnaticlogo std.pngFnaticlogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.png137
PromisqElementslogo std.pngElementslogo std.pngFC Schalke 04 Esportslogo std.pngNinjas in Pyjamaslogo std.pngH2k-Gaminglogo std.pngH2k-Gaminglogo std.pngG2 Esportslogo std.png130

Organization[edit]

Current[edit]

C ID Name Position

ocelote Carlos Rodríguez Santiago 90Founder, Co-Owner, & Chief Executive Officer

Jens Hilgers Co-Owner & Chairman

Peter Mucha Chief Operating Officer

z1n0 Jamie Henneberg Bach Head of Gaming Development

HuskY Danny Engels Head of Team Operations

krisJaro Krystian Jaroszynski Head of Partnerships

ziminaite Karina Ziminaite Head of Content and Communications

Wirtz Jacobo Ramos Head of IT, Hardware, Infrastructure, and Office

Holger Jakob Head of Legal

Jean De Brem Head of Human Resources
Lindsey Eckhouse Commercial Director

Sabrina Ratih Partnership Executive

riacuro Chris Sloane Content Manager & Lead of Social Media

Charles Charles Dalton Lead Videographer

GrabbZ Fabian Lohmann 90Head Coach

Duffman Christopher Duff Head Analyst

Oravan Thomas Navaro Graphic Designer

cmstudioro Mihai Cojocaru Graphic Designer

Lothar Jakub Szygulski Streamer

Former[edit]

C ID Name Position Next Team

Boris Mitch Voorspoels 90General Manager Team Vitalitylogo std.pngTeam Vitality

Robert Wylie Social Media Manager None

Mapache Alex Parejo Martinez Analyst Excel Esportslogo std.pngExcel Esports

Nathan McAdams Analyst Harrisburg Universitylogo std.pngHarrisburg University

Lego Jesús García Project Manager G2 Vodafonelogo std.pngG2 Vodafone

Duffman Christopher Duff Team Manager & Head Analyst Team SoloMidlogo std.pngTeam SoloMid

YoungBuck Joey Steltenpool 90Head Coach Fnaticlogo std.pngFnatic

MindGamesWeldon Weldon Green 90Assistant Coach Team SoloMidlogo std.pngTeam SoloMid

Luis Mira Content Manager None

Sarah Youssef Sales and Business Development Assistant None

SharkZ Alexey Taranda 90Assistant Coach Vega Squadronlogo std.pngVega Squadron

Canoodle Nanna Bøgedal Social Media & Community Manager Northlogo std.pngNorth

kedzr Daniel Silva Video Editor None

Bull Luis Rivera Manager EMonkeyzlogo std.pngeMonkeyz

JammeH Jamie Morgado Operations Manager None

Tournaments[edit]

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

Minimum place

G2 Esports Tournament Results - Show Prize as (LocalUSDEuros)
DatePlPrizeEventLast ResultRoster
2019-11-100020002$300,375$ 300,375€ 265,870.92
Worlds 2019
0 : 3FunPlus Phoenixlogo std.pngFPX

 Wunder,
 Jankos,
 Caps,
 Perkz,
 Mikyx,
 GrabbZ
2019-09-080010001€80,000$ 89,162.4€80,000
LEC 2019 Summer Playoffs
3 : 2Fnaticlogo std.pngFNC

 Wunder,
 Jankos,
 Caps,
 Perkz,
 Mikyx,
 GrabbZ
2019-08-170010001
LEC 2019 Summer
15 - 3Blanklogo std.pngRR

 Wunder,
 Jankos,
 Caps,
 Perkz,
 Mikyx,
 GrabbZ
2019-06-290010001
Rift Rivals 2019 NA-EU
3 : 1LoL Championship Serieslogo std.pngLCS

 Wunder,
 Jankos,
 Caps,
 Perkz,
 Mikyx,
 GrabbZ
2019-05-190010001
2019 Mid-Season Invitational
3 : 0Team Liquidlogo std.pngTL

 Wunder,
 Jankos,
 Caps,
 Perkz,
 Mikyx,
 GrabbZ
2019-04-140010001€80,000€80,000€80,000
LEC 2019 Spring Playoffs
3 : 0Origenlogo std.pngOG

 Wunder,
 Jankos,
 Caps,
 Perkz,
 Mikyx,
 GrabbZ
2019-03-160010001
LEC 2019 Spring
13 - 5Blanklogo std.pngRR

 Wunder,
 Jankos,
 Caps,
 Perkz,
 Mikyx,
 promisq,
 GrabbZ,
 Duffman
2018-10-270030043 - 4$451,500$ 451,500€ 391,447.34
Worlds 2018
0 : 3Invictus Gaminglogo std.pngiG

 Wunder,
 Jankos,
 Perkz,
 Hjarnan,
 Wadid,
 GrabbZ
2018-09-160010001
EU Regional Finals 2018
3 : 1FC Schalke 04 Esportslogo std.pngS04

 Wunder,
 Jankos,
 Perkz,
 Hjarnan,
 Wadid,
 GrabbZ
2018-08-250050065 - 6€10,000$ 11,557.82€10,000
EU LCS 2018 Summer Playoffs
0 : 3Misfits Gaminglogo std.pngMSF

 Wunder,
 Jankos,
 Perkz,
 Hjarnan,
 Wadid,
 Grabbz
Total Prize:USD 751,875 • EUR 170,000

Media[edit]

  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019

Images[edit]

Logos[edit]

Rosters[edit]

See Also[edit]

External Links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. The Mid-Season Invitational Power Rankings espn.go.com
  2. MSI 2016 Power Rankings lolesports.com
  3. Club statement about MSI 2016 g2esports.com
  4. G2 Emperor Post on Facebook !! reddit.com
  5. Soaz regarding reddit criticism on G2 reddit.com
  6. PerkZ on G2's lack of MSI prep: 'We decided...taking that vacation would be maybe better for us' youtube.com
  7. MonteCristo on G2's statement about MSI 2016 youtube.com
  8. Thorin's Thoughts - G2 and the Practice Problem (LoL) youtube.com
  9. Vacation is over. youtube.com
  10. G2 agrees to terms with Fnatic for Kikis g2esports.com
  11. Weldon joins G2 as Assistant Coach g2esports.com
  12. G2 Esports roster for EU LCS Week 1 g2esports.com
  13. PerkZ last minute replacement in EU LCS Week 1 g2esports.com
  14. Welcome Zven and Mithy tsm.gg
  15. G2 Esports League of Legends EU LCS Line-up for 2018 g2esports.com
  16. G2 Esports's Tweet twitter.com
  17. Joey 'YoungBuck' Steltenpool open to new opportunities g2esports.com
  18. Take a closer look at the LEC eu.lolesports.com
  19. Kings Unite g2esports.com
  20. G2 Esports' Tweet twitter.com
  21. The Revolution Is Here g2esports.com
  22. Announcing The Team Dignitas LoL Roster team-dignitas.net
  23. Jesse's Tweet twitter.com
  24. G2 agrees terms with Emperor & Trick g2esports.com
  25. Vacation is over. youtube.com
  26. G2 Esports' Tweet twitter.com
  27. G2 statement on League of Legends team g2esports.com
  28. G2 agrees to terms with Fnatic for Kikis g2esports.com
  29. Official Roster Announcement: Changes to our LCS line-up fnatic.com
  30. Competitive Ruling: G2 Esports and Fnatic eu.lolesports.com
  31. Unlimited's Tweet twitter.com
  32. Update on League of Legends team staff g2esports.com
  33. Weldon joins G2 as Assistant Coach g2esports.com
  34. SharkZ's Tweet twitter.com
  35. Upset's Tweet twitter.com
  36. G2 Esports roster for EU LCS Week 1 g2esports.com
  37. G2 League of Legends Team Staff Update g2esports.com
  38. PerkZ last minute replacement in EU LCS Week 1 g2esports.com
  39. Hoang joins G2 League of Legends squad as a sub g2esports.com
  40. Joey 'YoungBuck' Steltenpool open to new opportunities g2esports.com
  41. Trick's Tweet twitter.com
  42. Expect's Tweet twitter.com
  43. Welcome Zven and Mithy tsm.gg
  44. G2 Esports League of Legends EU LCS Line-up for 2018 g2esports.com
  45. Duffman's Tweet twitter.com
  46. G2 Esports's Tweet twitter.com
  47. Hoang's Tweet twitter.com
  48. 2018 EU LCS: Official Rosters eu.lolesports.com
  49. Christopher ‘Duffman’ Duff Returns As G2 Head Analyst g2esports.com
  50. G2 Esports' Tweet twitter.com
  51. G2 Esports Appoints Former Adidas, Microsoft and Activision Executive Peter Mucha as Chief Operating Officer g2esports.com
  52. GCD Archive - EU - 2018-11-18 lol.gamepedia.com
  53. Mapache's Tweet twitter.com
  54. G2 Esports' Tweet twitter.com
  55. Kings Unite g2esports.com
  56. Wadid joining Rogue LEC team as Support rogue.gg
  57. Wadid's Tweet twitter.com
  58. G2 Esports' Tweet twitter.com
  59. LEC 2019 Staff Update g2esports.com
  60. League of Legends Roster Update g2esports.com
  61. LEC Academy Partnership with Team Heretics g2esports.com
  62. G2 ESPORTS EXPANDS SENIOR MANAGEMENT TEAM g2esports.com
  63. GCD Archive Pages: before change - EU - 2019-03-04; after change - EU - 2019-03-05
  64. GCD Archive Pages: before change - EU - 2019-03-10; after change - EU - 2019-03-11
  65. League of Legends Roster Update g2esports.com
  66. GCD Archive - EU - 2019-05-19 lol.gamepedia.com
  67. promisq returns as our League of Legends substitute g2esports.com
  68. G2 Esports' Tweet twitter.com
  69. G2 Esports' Tweet twitter.com
  70. G2 Esports' Tweet twitter.com
  71. Team Vitality's Tweet twitter.com