Luminosity Gaming entered the Halo scene for the first time in 2016. Early on we saw mixed results while we juggled our roster, but would find success mid season with the addition of Cameron "VictoryX" Thorlakson, finishing top 5 in the Halo Pro League. Along with VictoryX, Visal "El Town" Mohanan will be returning to Luminosity Gaming's Halo roster for the 2017 season. Joining them will be new additions Tyler "Ninja" Blevins who was acquired from team Evil Geniuses. Rounding out the roster will be up and coming Joseph "TriPPPeY" Taylor.
"I'm really excited to compete with El Town, TriPPPeY, and VictoryX under Luminosity Gaming. I've teamed with VictoryX before and found success. LG is one of the biggest organizations in esports and have been great to work with so far. I hope we can make waves together in the Halo scene this year. Thanks to LG and our fans for supporting us!" ~ Richard "Ninja" Blevins
"We ventured into Halo as passionate fans of the title from it's inception in 2001 with Halo:Combat Evolved. It's amazing to see the game has continued it's success for the past 16 years! We are excited for the games future as an esport and are happy to support Ninja, VictoryX, El Town, and TriPPPeY." ~ Steve Maida, CEO of Luminosity Gaming
The LG Halo Roster is as follows:
Visal "El Town" Mohanan
Cameron "VictoryX" Thorlakson
Joseph "TriPPPeY" Taylor