Cha “P.O” Seung-hun returns to his former team, Gen.G eSports.
On the 14th, Gen.G officially announced Cha Seung-hoon’s return as a player through his official SNS account. As a result, Gen. G, who broke up with all the players he had been with after the end of last year’s season, started forming new players with Cha Seung-hoon’s comeback.
Cha Seung-hun, who first appeared on the PUBG Pro stage as a member of GC Busan Giants in 2018, worked for OP Gaming Hunters in 2019 and then transferred to Gen.G in the same year. After moving the team to Gen G, he lifted numerous championships. Among them, he was evaluated as one of the best PUBG players in Korea, including winning the PUBG Global Championship (PGC) 2019.
Cha Seung-hoon, who announced his retirement as a player after the 2021 season, formed a new team Hungry with former pros to play the 2022 season. He also advanced to PGC 2022 with good results, but failed to advance to the grand final.
Meanwhile, Gen.G is the only Korean team to be selected for the 2023 PUBG Global Partner Team. Lee Ji-hoon, general manager, said in a personal broadcast, “We will proceed with the rebuilding depending on whether or not this global partner team is selected.” 메이저놀이터