One of the most storied organizations in the history of Halo esports is joining the battle on Zeta Halo.
Dating back to 2016, “HCS” and “Luminosity” have been synonymous terms. Over the years, Luminosity Halo has been the home to the likes of Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, Joey “Trippy” Taylor, Tommy “Lucid” Wilson, and many more. Alongside the successful launch of Halo Infinite, and rebirth of the HCS scene, Luminosity is happy to announce that we have acquired a new roster.
This new roster includes:
“Halo Infinite has brought the revival of the HCS that everyone has been waiting for. We’re incredibly excited to see what this roster is capable of in Kansas City next week”
- Alex Gonzalez, Head of Luminosity
The new-look Luminosity Halo squad will be debuting at the HCS Kansas City Major next week. You can follow along with their progress on our Twitter, and watch them live on the Halo Twitch channel.
About Luminosity Gaming
Luminosity Gaming is one of the largest globally recognized esports organizations in North America. Our mission is to support the communities created by our athletes, ambassadors, and creators to provide a long-lasting career in professional gaming. At the same time, we are passionately invested in the growth of esports and contribute to it’s rapidly excelling growth. Enthusiast Gaming (the Parent Company of Luminosity) mission is to build the largest network of communities for gamers and esports fans. Luminosity Gaming is uniquely positioned to support the growing legion of competitors, creators, and ambassadors that have joined our #LGLOYAL community; Including powerhouse teams such as the Seattle Surge and Vancouver Titans. Stepping forward into the future has never been more exciting for us at Luminosity Gaming. With new influencers, brand ambassadors, and competitive players announced regularly – the future looks very bright for Luminosity!