|Divisions||Call of Duty, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, World of Warcraft, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Smite, Super Smash Bros., Madden NFL,PUBG, Fortnite|
|Manager||Steve "Buyaka" Maida (CEO)|
Luminosity Gaming is a professional esports video game organization. It has teams competing in Call of Duty, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, World of Warcraft, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Smite, Overwatch and Fortnite. The team was founded in Canada by Steve "Buyaka" Maida in 2015 but has since moved its headquarters to Los Angeles, California, United States.
- 1 Madden NFL 17
- 2 Hearthstone
- 3 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
- 4 Call of Duty
- 5 Roster
- 6 References
- 7 Official website
On October 15, 2016 Luminosity picked up Eric "Problem" Wright. Widely known as the GOAT (Greatest Of All Time) in the Madden franchise, Problem is the only 3-time winner of the Madden Challenge. No one else has won more than one. He also won Madden Nation, Season 3, which was featured on ESPN, along with numerous other tournaments 
On January 11, 2015 Luminosity picked up Stanislav Cifka, Nuno "Ignite" Pinho and Josh "Impact" Graham. On July 13, 2015 Christopher "PHONETAP" Huynh left Team Hearthlytics and joined Luminosity.
On April 30, 2015 Peter "ptr" Gurney joined the team as an AWPer. On July 29 it was announced that Luminosity dropped its roster and picked up a team based in Brazil that consisted of Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo, Fernando "fer" Alvarenga, Lucas "steel" Lopes, Ricardo "boltz" Prass, and Marcelo "coldzera" David. In November 2015 Luminosity reached the quarterfinals of DreamHack Open Cluj-Napoca 2015. Luminosity won MLG Columbus 2016 on April 3, 2016. On May 8, 2016 Luminosity won DreamHack Austin where they beat fellow Brazilian team Tempo Storm 2-0 in the finals. A couple of days later on May 16, 2016 the team won the ESL Pro League Season 3 Finals after beating G2 Esports 3-2 in the finals. On June 24, 2016 it was officially announced that the Brazilian roster would be joining SK Gaming on July 1, 2016. The roster's final tournament with Luminosity was the Esports Championship Series Season 1 Finals where they placed second, losing to G2 Esports in the finals.
Luminosity signed the Brazilian team WinOut on July 30, 2016. Its roster consists of Renato "nak" Nakano, Bruno "bit" Lima, Lucas "destinyy" Bullo, Vinicios "PKL" Coelho, Gustavo "yeL" Knittel and is coached by Alessandro "apoka" Marcucci. Renato "nak" Nakano and Bruno "bit" Lima were kicked on the team on September 8, 2016. Gustavo "SHOOWTiME" Gonçalves and Bruno "shz" Martinelli joined Luminosity on September 11.
Notable former players
|Alias||Name||Role||Join date||Leave Date||Next Team||Current Team|
|frozt||Carey Kertenian||AWPer||February 27, 2015||April 28, 2015||Area 51 Gaming||Torqued (founder)|
|NAF||Keith Markovic||Lurker||May 11, 2015||July 8, 2015||eLevate||Team Liquid|
|ptr||Peter Gurney||AWPer||April 29, 2015||July 28, 2015||Mythic||compLexity Gaming (Inactive)|
|Devilwalk||Jonatan Lundberg||Rifler||July 9, 2015||July 28, 2015||Mythic||Free agent|
|boltz||Ricardo Prass||Lurker||July 28, 2015||November 23, 2015||Games Academy||mibr (inactive)|
|fer||Fernando Alvarenga||Entry fragger||July 28, 2015||July 1, 2016||SK Gaming||mibr|
|coldzera||Marcelo David||Rifler||July 28, 2015||July 1, 2016||SK Gaming||mibr|
|FalleN||Gabriel Toledo||In-game leader/AWPer||July 28, 2015||July 1, 2016||SK Gaming||mibr|
|fnx||Lincoln Lau||Lurker||November 23, 2015||July 1, 2016||SK Gaming||Não Tem Como|
|TACO||Epitacio de Melo||Entry fragger||November 23, 2015||July 1, 2016||SK Gaming||Team Liquid|
|zews||Wilton Prado||Coach||November 23, 2015||July 1, 2016||SK Gaming||Team Liquid|
|BIT||Bruno Lima||Support||July 30, 2016||September 8, 2016||g3nerationX||Não Tem Como|
Bold denotes a CS:GO Major
- 5–8th - ESL One Cologne 2015
- 5–8th - DreamHack Open Cluj-Napoca 2015
- 2nd - DreamHack Winter 2015
- 3rd–4th - StarSeries XIV Finals
- 2nd - DreamHack Leipzig 2016
- 2nd - Intel Extreme Masters Season X – World Championship
- 1st - MLG Columbus 2016
- 1st - DreamHack Austin 2016
- 1st - ESL Pro League Season 3 Finals
- 2nd - Esports Championship Series Season 1 Finals
Call of Duty
Luminosity picked up a Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare team in November 2015. They missed qualifying for the Call of Duty World League in the LAN (off-line) qualifiers. They however were able to qualify via the online qualifiers.
They also have a female team that plays Call of Duty: Black Ops III consisting of Victrix, Vindictive, Omglove and Blush
|Keegsmate||Keegan TwoEagle||Mid Lane||2018-03-02|
|KikiSoCheeky||Ismael Tores||Solo Lane||2018-03-02|
|ID||Name||Position||Join date||Leave date||Next Team|
|BaRRaCCuDDa||John Salter||Hunter||2016-03-22||2018-01-19||Spacestation Gaming|
|JeffHindla||Rosario Vilardi||Support||2016-03-22||2018-01-19||Spacestation Gaming|
|Baskin||Kim Woon-young||Mid Lane||2017-02-03||2018-01-19||Spacestation Gaming|
|Aquarius||Ryan O'Neill||Solo||2017-08-28||2018-01-19||Spacestation Gaming|
|Gh0st||Justin Barnett||Substitute||2016-09-02||2018-01-19||Spacestation Gaming|
|ScaryD||Ronald Belair||Solo||2016-05-04||2017-08-14||Spacestation Gaming|
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
League of Legends
Super Smash Bros
|Abadango||Yuta Kawamura||Super Smash Bros. for Wii U||Mewtwo, Bayonetta||October 8, 2016|
|Alias||Name||Game||Character(s)||Join date||Leave date||Next Team||Current Team|
|Ice||Mustafa Akcakaya||Super Smash Bros. Melee||Fox||October 21, 2016||October 19, 2017||Free agent||Free agent|
Call of Duty: Black Ops III
|ID||Name||Join date||Leave date|
- "Team - Luminosity Gaming | Professional Esports Organization". www.luminosity.gg. Retrieved 2016-07-27.
- Leslie, Callum (June 11, 2015). "Luminosity expands into Hearthstone with experienced trio". The Daily Dot.
- Leslie, Callum (July 13, 2015). "PHONETAP joins Luminosity Gaming". The Daily Dot. Retrieved January 4, 2015.
- Wolf, Jacob (April 30, 2015). "Ptr joins Luminosity". The Daily Dot. Retrieved January 4, 2016.
- Raven, Josh (July 29, 2015). "Luminosity drops its CS:GO team, picks up top Brazilian side". The Daily Dot. Retrieved January 4, 2016.
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- "HLTV.org - The home of competitive Counter-Strike". HLTV.org. Retrieved 2018-06-12.
- Lingle, Samuel (December 17, 2015). "Cloud9 misses cut, CLG and Dream Team through in last CoD World League qualifier". The Daily Dot. Retrieved January 4, 2016.
- "LG Hearthstone is back, add Chakki, Fr0zen, Muzzy". Luminosity. Retrieved August 3, 2016.
- "LG strengthen Hearthstone team, add Zalae!". Luminosity. Retrieved August 15, 2016.
- Rosen, Daniel. "Luminosity sign Abadango". The Score eSports. Retrieved 2016-10-09.
- Khan, Imad. "Luminosity enters Smash Melee by signing Ice". ESPN. Retrieved 21 October 2016.
- Akcakaya, Mustafa. "Mustafa Akcakaya on Twitter". Twitter. Retrieved 3 December 2016.
|Awards and achievements|
DreamHack Cluj-Napoca 2015
| MLG Columbus 2016 winner
ESL One Cologne 2016