Unleash the way of the samurai with G2 Esport

Every culture has a forefront, an area where the best of the best define the standard of excellence. That is what esports is to gaming – competition at the highest level that produces breathtaking moments and with actions previously thought to be impossible. That’s why we have partnered with G2 Esports, one of the premier esports organizations of the planet, to support them with our high-end monitors. We make sure that each and every G2 player has the right tools to stay on top of the game.

G2 Headlines for the MSI 2019 champions

  • G2 in Review - April

  • Ep. 9 - Grasp - G2 League of Legends

  • Ep. 10 - Blowout - G2 League of Legends.mp4

  • G2 in Review March

  • 2ND

    November 1, 2018

  • 1ST

    September 3, 2017

  • 1ST

    May 21, 2017

  • 1ST

    April, 2017

EULCS SPRING SPLIT 2018 - 1

After the conclusion of 2017, G2 Esports and the whole of the European LCS had massive roster changes, with a predominant portion of talent exiting the region. With our star mid-laner Luka ‘Perkz’ Perković as our only returning member and also the focal point of a new roster, Martin ‘Wunder’ Hansen, Marcin ‘Jankos’ Jankowski, Petter ‘Hjarnan’ Freyschuss, and Bae-in ‘Wadid’ Kim rounded out our roster for the Spring of 2018. With high hopes and invigorated ambition, our eyes were set on our 5th consecutive LCS title. 

EULCS SPRING SPLIT 2018 - 2

After the conclusion of 2017, G2 Esports and the whole of the European LCS had massive roster changes, with a predominant portion of talent exiting the region. With our star mid-laner Luka ‘Perkz’ Perković as our only returning member and also the focal point of a new roster, Martin ‘Wunder’ Hansen, Marcin ‘Jankos’ Jankowski, Petter ‘Hjarnan’ Freyschuss, and Bae-in ‘Wadid’ Kim rounded out our roster for the Spring of 2018. With high hopes and invigorated ambition, our eyes were set on our 5th consecutive LCS title. 

EULCS SPRING SPLIT 2018

After the conclusion of 2017, G2 Esports and the whole of the European LCS had massive roster changes, with a predominant portion of talent exiting the region. With our star mid-laner Luka ‘Perkz’ Perković as our only returning member and also the focal point of a new roster, Martin ‘Wunder’ Hansen, Marcin ‘Jankos’ Jankowski, Petter ‘Hjarnan’ Freyschuss, and Bae-in ‘Wadid’ Kim rounded out our roster for the Spring of 2018. With high hopes and invigorated ambition, our eyes were set on our 5th consecutive LCS title. 

EULCS SPRING SPLIT 2018

After the conclusion of 2017, G2 Esports and the whole of the European LCS had massive roster changes, with a predominant portion of talent exiting the region. With our star mid-laner Luka ‘Perkz’ Perković as our only returning member and also the focal point of a new roster, Martin ‘Wunder’ Hansen, Marcin ‘Jankos’ Jankowski, Petter ‘Hjarnan’ Freyschuss, and Bae-in ‘Wadid’ Kim rounded out our roster for the Spring of 2018. With high hopes and invigorated ambition, our eyes were set on our 5th consecutive LCS title. 

日本から世界の頂点へ。

Libalentはマルチゲーミングチームとして2017年に設立。
現在は「Splatoon2」「Call of Dutyシリーズ」「Shadowverse」の3部門にそれぞれ国内トップレベルのプロ選手が所属しており、
国内や世界で行われているesports大会への出場のほか、イベントや番組への出演、Live動画の配信など、様々な活動を行っている。

G2 Headlines for the MSI 2019 champions

  • G2 Headlines for the month of March 2019

  • IEMKatowice G2 Disguise Video

  • Presenting G2 Esports' Spanish LoL squad

  • Promisq joins G2 Esports' League of Legends roster

  • 2ND

    November 1, 2018

  • 1ST

    September 3, 2017

  • 1ST

    May 21, 2017

  • 1ST

    April, 2017

EULCS SPRING SPLIT 2018 - 1

After the conclusion of 2017, G2 Esports and the whole of the European LCS had massive roster changes, with a predominant portion of talent exiting the region. With our star mid-laner Luka ‘Perkz’ Perković as our only returning member and also the focal point of a new roster, Martin ‘Wunder’ Hansen, Marcin ‘Jankos’ Jankowski, Petter ‘Hjarnan’ Freyschuss, and Bae-in ‘Wadid’ Kim rounded out our roster for the Spring of 2018. With high hopes and invigorated ambition, our eyes were set on our 5th consecutive LCS title. 

EULCS SPRING SPLIT 2018 - 2

After the conclusion of 2017, G2 Esports and the whole of the European LCS had massive roster changes, with a predominant portion of talent exiting the region. With our star mid-laner Luka ‘Perkz’ Perković as our only returning member and also the focal point of a new roster, Martin ‘Wunder’ Hansen, Marcin ‘Jankos’ Jankowski, Petter ‘Hjarnan’ Freyschuss, and Bae-in ‘Wadid’ Kim rounded out our roster for the Spring of 2018. With high hopes and invigorated ambition, our eyes were set on our 5th consecutive LCS title. 

EULCS SPRING SPLIT 2018

After the conclusion of 2017, G2 Esports and the whole of the European LCS had massive roster changes, with a predominant portion of talent exiting the region. With our star mid-laner Luka ‘Perkz’ Perković as our only returning member and also the focal point of a new roster, Martin ‘Wunder’ Hansen, Marcin ‘Jankos’ Jankowski, Petter ‘Hjarnan’ Freyschuss, and Bae-in ‘Wadid’ Kim rounded out our roster for the Spring of 2018. With high hopes and invigorated ambition, our eyes were set on our 5th consecutive LCS title. 

EULCS SPRING SPLIT 2018

After the conclusion of 2017, G2 Esports and the whole of the European LCS had massive roster changes, with a predominant portion of talent exiting the region. With our star mid-laner Luka ‘Perkz’ Perković as our only returning member and also the focal point of a new roster, Martin ‘Wunder’ Hansen, Marcin ‘Jankos’ Jankowski, Petter ‘Hjarnan’ Freyschuss, and Bae-in ‘Wadid’ Kim rounded out our roster for the Spring of 2018. With high hopes and invigorated ambition, our eyes were set on our 5th consecutive LCS title. 

日本から世界の頂点へ。

Libalentはマルチゲーミングチームとして2017年に設立。
現在は「Splatoon2」「Call of Dutyシリーズ」「Shadowverse」の3部門にそれぞれ国内トップレベルのプロ選手が所属しており、
国内や世界で行われているesports大会への出場のほか、イベントや番組への出演、Live動画の配信など、様々な活動を行っている。

G2 Headlines for the MSI 2019 champions

  • G2 Headlines for the month of March 2019

  • IEMKatowice G2 Disguise Video

  • Presenting G2 Esports' Spanish LoL squad

  • Promisq joins G2 Esports' League of Legends roster

  • 2ND

    November 1, 2018

  • 1ST

    September 3, 2017

  • 1ST

    May 21, 2017

  • 1ST

    April, 2017

EULCS SPRING SPLIT 2018 - 1

After the conclusion of 2017, G2 Esports and the whole of the European LCS had massive roster changes, with a predominant portion of talent exiting the region. With our star mid-laner Luka ‘Perkz’ Perković as our only returning member and also the focal point of a new roster, Martin ‘Wunder’ Hansen, Marcin ‘Jankos’ Jankowski, Petter ‘Hjarnan’ Freyschuss, and Bae-in ‘Wadid’ Kim rounded out our roster for the Spring of 2018. With high hopes and invigorated ambition, our eyes were set on our 5th consecutive LCS title. 

EULCS SPRING SPLIT 2018 - 2

After the conclusion of 2017, G2 Esports and the whole of the European LCS had massive roster changes, with a predominant portion of talent exiting the region. With our star mid-laner Luka ‘Perkz’ Perković as our only returning member and also the focal point of a new roster, Martin ‘Wunder’ Hansen, Marcin ‘Jankos’ Jankowski, Petter ‘Hjarnan’ Freyschuss, and Bae-in ‘Wadid’ Kim rounded out our roster for the Spring of 2018. With high hopes and invigorated ambition, our eyes were set on our 5th consecutive LCS title. 

EULCS SPRING SPLIT 2018

After the conclusion of 2017, G2 Esports and the whole of the European LCS had massive roster changes, with a predominant portion of talent exiting the region. With our star mid-laner Luka ‘Perkz’ Perković as our only returning member and also the focal point of a new roster, Martin ‘Wunder’ Hansen, Marcin ‘Jankos’ Jankowski, Petter ‘Hjarnan’ Freyschuss, and Bae-in ‘Wadid’ Kim rounded out our roster for the Spring of 2018. With high hopes and invigorated ambition, our eyes were set on our 5th consecutive LCS title. 

EULCS SPRING SPLIT 2018

After the conclusion of 2017, G2 Esports and the whole of the European LCS had massive roster changes, with a predominant portion of talent exiting the region. With our star mid-laner Luka ‘Perkz’ Perković as our only returning member and also the focal point of a new roster, Martin ‘Wunder’ Hansen, Marcin ‘Jankos’ Jankowski, Petter ‘Hjarnan’ Freyschuss, and Bae-in ‘Wadid’ Kim rounded out our roster for the Spring of 2018. With high hopes and invigorated ambition, our eyes were set on our 5th consecutive LCS title.