Son “Lehends” Si-woo is making a comeback to Gen.G for the LCK Spring 2024.

He previously played for KT Rolster, where he secured third-place finishes in the Spring and Summer 2023 splits and reached joint-fifth at Worlds 2023.

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Gen.G has unveiled its complete player roster for the upcoming season, featuring a mix of returning players and newcomers.

Lehends returns to Gen.G, reunites with former teammate Chovy

He will be accompanied by his former KT Rolster teammate, top laner Kim “Kiin” Gi-in.

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The esports organization has also re-signed mid laner Jeong “Chovy” Ji-hoon, a key player who helped the team secure consecutive LCK championships in season 13.

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Joining them is Worlds 2020 champion and jungler Kim “Canyon” Geon-bu.

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This marks Canyon’s departure from Dplus KIA (formerly DAMWON Gaming) after five years with the organization, making it his first time playing for a different team since his debut in 2018.

Gen.G’s LCK Spring 2024 full player roster

Gen.G LCK 2024 player roster
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Kim “Kiin” Gi-inTop laner
Kim “Canyon” Geon-buJungler
Jeong “Chovy” Ji-hoonMid laner
Kim “Peyz” Su-hwanBot laner
Son “Lehends” Si-wooSupport
Son "Lehends" Si-woo of Gen.G competes at the League of Legends World Championship Groups Stage on October 10, 2022 in New York City.
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Lehends, recognized as one of the top support players in the LCK, gained fame for his exceptional Singed plays and innovative builds during seasons 7 and 8.

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He earned the LCK Summer MVP title in Summer 2023.

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In season 13, Gen.G delivered an impressive performance by clinching back-to-back championships in Spring and Summer 2023. However, the team’s success took a turn at Worlds 2023, where they faced defeat against Bilibili Gaming in the Quarterfinals, ultimately securing a 5th to 8th place finish.

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