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Luminosity Gaming is a Canadian eSports organization with teams in Call of Duty, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, Overwatch, King of the Kill and World of Warcraft. The org also host players for Super Smash Brothers and Madden. For information about their Call of Duty team, see their page on CoD Esports Wiki.
Pre-Season and Spring Split
Luminosity Gaming came into the SMITE scene by acquiring Woony Tunes, a team made of the remains of Cloud 9 as a result of the "Rosterpocalypse" after both the Season 2 NA Regional Championship and Season 2 EU Regional Championship. Going into the Season 3 Spring Split, the team was expecting to make it to Smite Masters 2016, but due to issues out of their control, the team barely didn't qualify for the Masters.
During the off-season, long time jungle and core part of Luminosity ever since Cognitive Prime, andinster, left the team along with TheBoosh. And in their place, they brought Xenotronics and Masked, two rookies a single split into their SPL careers at the time on Denial eSports. Many people considered this roster to be middle-of-the-pack in the fall split. However, yet again, the team took 1st place in the Fall Placement. The team advanced to the Regional Championship, placing last. Luminosity earned a spot and finished second place in the SWC 2017 Wildcard after defeating Sanguine Esports, barely earning their place in Worlds.
- January 11, Mask leaves.
- January 19, Aquarius, Baskin, BaRRaCCuDDa and JeffHindla leave.
- March 2, Luminosity Gaming acquires a spot in 2018 NA SPL.
- March 19, KikiSoCheeky, Weak3n, KeegsMate, Clout and NotGeno join. Oceans joins as coach.
- July 4, Haithi joins as coach. Oceans moves to sub.
- August 4, keegsmate leaves.
- August 22, ShadowChair joins. 
- September 26, ShadowChair leaves. NotGeno moves to mid. Inbowned joins.
- November 24, NotGeno leaves. 
- November 30, Inbowned leaves.
- December, Weak3n leaves.
- December 20, Luminosity Gaming announces they will return to the SPL for season 6.
|Xaliea||Jeroen Klaver||Solo Laner|
|Oceans||Aleksandr Brudnyi||Mid Laner|
|Inbowned||Bobby Simonson||Support||Astral Authority|
|keegsmate||Keegan Twoeagle||Mid||Flash Point eSports|
|Gh0st||Justin Barnett||Sub||Spacestation Gaming|
|Aquarius||Ryan O'Neill||Solo||Spacestation Gaming|
|Baskin||Kim Woon-young (김운용)||Mid||Spacestation Gaming|
|BaRRaCCuDDa||John Salter||Hunter||Spacestation Gaming|
|JeffHindla||Rosario Vilardi||Support||Spacestation Gaming|
|ScaryD||Ronald Belair||Solo||Spacestation Gaming|
|XenoTronics||Nathan Hewitt||Mid||Flash Point eSports|
|andinster||Andrew Woodward||Jungle||SoaR Gaming|
|Snoopy||Evan Jones||Solo||Team EnVyUs|
|Oceans||Aleksandr Brudnyi||Coach||Two Point Zero|
- LG releases their 2019 roster
- LG's roster leave the org
- Haithi Joins LG as a coach
- keegs dropped from LG roster
- ShadowChair joins Luminosity
- Geno leaves LG
- Inbowned leaves to rejoin Astral
- LG returns to SPL for season 6
- Luminosity 2017 Roster
- ScaryD leaves LG
- Aquarius joins LG
- Luminosity Gaming acquires Woony Tunes
- Luminosity Gaming Fall Roster
- Gh0st joins Luminosity Gaming