Luminosity Gaming
United States
Joining LG
October 25, 2018
Classic will join Luminosity Gaming, the organization confirmed earlier last week.
ANALYSIS
Classic completes the final roster for Luminosity Gaming ahead of the start of the competitive season. It's a drastic turnover from last season, as Gunless and Classic will replace JKap and Octane, essentially yielding the team to the prowess of John and FormaL. Classic will likely reprise his objective role from Team EnVyUs alongside a wide plethora of aggressive slayers, but he could very well help contribute to the callouts, as both John and Gunless tend to shy away from the communication aspect.
Joins LG
October 12, 2018
Gunless will join Luminosity Gaming for the start of the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 season the organization confirmed on Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
One of the long-standing rumors of the 2018 offseason has finally been released, as Gunless will leave Rise Nation in order to join Luminosity Gaming. Gunless' rise has been immediate, as it was only two years ago that the slayer was making waves with the first iteration of eUnited at CWL Atlanta. Easily regarded as one of the most dominant submachine gun slayers in the game at the moment, Gunless' decision to join Luminosity Gaming pairs him with arguably one of the most dynamic core of players in the game, as John and FormaL are also two of the best at their given positions. It remains to be seen who will round out LG's five-man roster, as JKap is expected to leave the organization in favor of eUnited, but no matter who it is, it's difficult to argue that this iteration of LG is not one of the organization's best iterations ever.
Best rounds were the Hardpoints
August 19, 2018
Slacked's two best rounds were the Hardpoint rounds in the 3-1 loss to eUnited that eliminated Luminosity Gaming from the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships on Championship Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Slacked's best rounds were his Hardpoint rounds. Round 1 Hardpoint saw him be the second best player on Luminosity, as he notched 38 kills and 54 seconds on the hill. He and FormaL were dominant, the duo was key in overtaking eUnited and keeping eUnited at arm's length as they won the round. He was a very steady part of the puzzle for them. Round 4 Hardpoint saw him be their best player for large stretches of the loss, but he had such little support behind him. eUnited outslayed Luminosity as a whole, and there was just not enough behind Slacked to force a fifth game. The middle rounds were up and down for him. He was good early in Round 2 Search & Destroy, helping get Luminosity to a 4-0 lead, but struggled as eUnited pushed them to an eleventh game and handed them a loss. Round 3 Capture the Flag was all eUnited, and Slacked never found any rhythm. He had their only flag cap, but paired that with a rough 15/22 KD, finishing last in the lobby in kills. He simply got outslayed in the round, much like his teammates did.
Inconsistencies throughout loss
August 19, 2018
John had a hard time finding stable ground in the 3-1 loss to eUnited, as they were eliminated from the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships on Championship Sunday.
ANALYSIS
John had a hard time with consistency in this match. Round 1 Hardpoint was a tough one for him, even though Luminosity played well after eUnited's hot start. They ended up winning the round, but John was a pretty much a nonfactor. He went 31/41, coming in last on the team in kills. He did have a nice 56 seconds on the objective, but he really struggled to keep himself alive. He did come up incredibly clutch in the round though, as he cleaned up the mess FormaL left to secure the final seconds of Hardpoint time to win it. Round 2 Search & Destroy and Round 4 Hardpoint were similar rounds for him. He started off the second round strongly as they ran out to a 4-0 lead, but faded as eUnited ended up erasing that lead and handing Luminosity a loss in eleven games. Conversely, he started the fourth round off slowly, but he heated up down the stretch, putting together a very good late game performance despite Luminosity trailing by quite a bit. His best and most consistent round was Round 3 Capture the Flag. He was the best player on his team in both halves, leading them in kills in the first half (14) and overall (25). He also had the only positive KD (25/23) on Luminosity. He was good, but he had no support behind him, and their offense was completely shut down by eUnited.
Strong early but petered off
August 19, 2018
JKap could not take his round one and two performance into round three and four, as Luminosity Gaming lost 3-1 to eUnited, as they were eliminated from the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships on Championship Sunday.
ANALYSIS
JKap's performance was really a tale of two rounds. Round 1 Hardpoint and Round 2 Search & Destroy were very good - he was a vital part of both their comeback and as they defended the lead down the stretch. His 32 kills were third on the team, making him a solid depth piece. Round 2 Search & Destroy was a good one for JKap, as he played well while they took a 4-0 lead, and he was excellent down the stretch. Unfortunately for him, though he was playing on a sinking ship, as they went 1-6 in the final seven games to lose in eleven games. He had a chance to win the round with a one on one against Clayster, but he could not pull it off. The next two rounds, Round 3 Capture the Flag and Round 4 Hardpoint, saw him get completely outslayed by eUnited. He went just 17/23 in the former, and 26/37 in the latter. He had his good stretches in each, but he could never find consistency.
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