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Luminosity Gaming enters Rainbow Six Siege

Luminosity Gaming has officially entered Rainbow Six Siege, signing the current first place team in the North American Pro League, '92 Dream Team.

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The roster consists of Muteeb “PiXeL” Chaudary, Tom “Tomas” Kaka, Richie “Rexen” Coronado, Kian “Hyena” Mozayani, Coal “awD” Phillips, and coach Anthony “ViiRuS” Ybarra.

“We’ve been very impressed by the development of the R6S Pro League," said Steve Maida, President of Luminosity Gaming. "Not only the viewership but the approach Ubisoft has taken to creating a stable esport. The ecosystem is one that supports healthy growth for players and organisations alike. We couldn’t have asked for a better team to enter the scene with. 92 Dream Team are an amazing group of young men who have been able to achieve unlikely levels of success while previously juggling day jobs with a lack of resources. We’re excited to watch them soar under the Luminosity banner with the level of support they’ve earned.”

92 Dream Team qualified for the Pro League having won the NA Challenger League in Season 9, the final season in which auto-qualification was a thing in the Rainbow 6 Pro League. Though it's early in the season, they've clearly made a positive impact and look like they belong.

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This news follows the recent announcement of Team SoloMid entering Rainbow Six. Though TSM are yet to win a game in the Pro League, they are likely looking at Ubisoft's support of organisations entering the scene with the Pilot Program as a big win, and will be hoping to see some payoff when TSM skins become available in-game.

The Rainbow Six Pro League Season 10 Finals are set to take place in Tokoname, Japan, and will bring together the eight best teams from Europe, North America, Asia Pacific and Latin America to become Pro League champions. Maybe we'll end up seeing both Luminosity and TSM in Japan come November!