Luminosity Gaming is pleased to announce our new roster heading into Smite Pro League Season 5! As one of the long standing organizations in professional Smite we are thrilled to continue our presence in the scene.  The Smite community has been one of the most passionate and dedicated we've come across.  The roster for the 2018 season will be Weak3n, KikiSoCheeky, NotGeno, Clout (formerly known as Vetium), Keegsmate, and Oceans as our coach/sub.  Our first match will be Wednesday, March 21st vs defending World Champions Team Eunited.  Tune in as we look to come out strong and make a statement. 

Kurt "Weak3n" Schray is one of the most polarizing players in the history of Smite. Jungling in the Smite Pro League since its beginning, he has multiple LAN victories over his tenured career and will be looking to lead this new squad to a promising season. Mike "NotGeno" Lukashin is an up and coming rookie looking to establish himself as the top support role player. He had his first taste of the Smite Pro League last year and he'll be looking to start off this first split in a positive manner. Ismael "KikiSoCheeky" Torres is an innovative solo laner. He's an xbox world champ looking to bring the heat to the SPL! Keegan ''keegsmate'' TwoEagle, the rookie mid laner is looking to show his growth and prove his worth in the PC scene after coming off his 2017 Xbox World Championship victory. Conor "Clout" Roberts, formerly known as Vetium, he is a veteran in the smite pro league, previously coming off a second place finish in the 2016 World Championship he's hungry to prove he's still one of the best hunters in the league. Aleksandr "Oceans" Brudnyi is a fresh face in the smite pro league, managing to make it to worlds his rookie year. Oceans will be the coach and substitute that pushes this team to the top.

The LG 2018 Smite Roster: 

 Kurt "Weak3n" Schray (Jungle) 
 Mike "NotGeno" Lukashin (Support)
 Ismael "KikiSoCheeky" Torres (Solo Laner)
 Keegan "keegsmate" TwoEagle (Mid Laner)
 Conor "Clout" Roberts (Hunter)
 Aleksandr "Oceans" Brudnyi (coach)