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Gen.G Esports Sign Elmapuddy As New Valorant Coach

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Chris Tebbit, known as “Elmapuddy,” is a 24-year-old Australian former CS:GO coach who had coach for ORDER, Gen.G Esports, and lastly Cloud9. After Cloud9 disbanded the roster, he went inactive.

Gen.G Esports’ performance wasn’t not enough to compete against the best teams in North America such as FaZe Clan, 100 Thieves, and more. Because of that, they couldn’t get any achievements in the top-tier tournaments.

Last month, Gen.G Esports parted ways with their Valorant coach Matthew “mCe” Elmore, and they had been looking for a replacement since then. Yesterday, they finally introduced their new coach, Elmapuddy.

While Gen.G Esports welcoming their former coach who worked in the Counter-Strike division, Elmapuddy showed how excited he is to represent Gen.G Esports once again even though it is a different game.

Elmapuddy on joining Gen.G:

“Different game but back at Gen.G Esports and super excited for the opportunity in Valorant!”

Gen.G Esports announced the addition:

First CS:GO and now Valorant, we’re excited to welcome(back) our new coach Elmapuddy! We look forward to what he’ll bring to our team as we prepare to make our Last Chance Qualifier push.”

Gen.G Esports is now:

Shawn “Shawn” O’Riley
Anthony “gMd” Guimond
Kenneth “koosta” Suen
Nicholas “NaturE” Garrison
Nolan “Temperature” Pepper (on loan)
Chris “Elmapuddy” Tebbit (coach)

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