Luminosity Gaming will replace Counter-Strike players Lucas “Destiny” Bullo and Bruno “shz” Martinelli along with the team’s coach, according to multiple sources close to the players and organization.
After some of the most intense Counter-Strike: Global Offensive action we have ever seen, it all came down to one final map. Current world champions Luminosity were facing off against G2 — a team that surprised many by reaching the final — in the conclusion of the ESL Pro League Season 3 at the O2 Arena in London.
Luminosity Gaming made history Sunday by defeating Natus Vincere to win the MLG Columbus Major. The Brazilian club became the first South American club to win a major championship and did so in dramatic fashion.