Censor Doesn’t Have Much Faith in Luminosity Ahead of Division B in the CWL Pro League

Ross Deason

Doug ‘Censor’ Martin seems quietly confident about compLexity Gaming’s chances in the CWL Pro League but he’s less that complimentary about one of his competitors, Luminosity Gaming.

Censor joined compLexity Gaming in April of 2018, finally securing himself a spot in the CWL Pro League for the first time since returning to competitive CoD upon the release of Call of Duty: WWII.

The team’s first event, CWL Seattle, finished with a 13th – 16th position but they showed some promise and Censor seems confident about their chances going into Division B of the CWL Pro League.

In Episode 56 of “compLexity: POV”, Censor and the team arrived in Frisco to bootcamp and familiarize themselves with the future compLexity headquarters.

While speaking to the founder and CEO, Censor made it clear that he is confident about the team’s chances, having beaten a number of top teams like Rise Nation online, and event took the chance to mention that Luminosity Gaming “can’t hang”.

Luminosity Gaming recently lost their star AR player, Sam ‘Octane’ Larew, to OpTic Gaming. However, they replaced him with OpTic’s former AT star, Matthew ‘FormaL’ Piper, and many people predicted an incredible rivalry between the two teams during Stage 2.

So far, it doesn’t look like that is going to materialize as a number of professionals, including James ‘Clayster’ Eubanks, have made it clear that Luminosity has been struggling in scrims.

Of course, we won’t know anything until we see Luminosity Gaming debut against eUnited in the CWL Pro League on May 29th. Censor and compLexity will also be tested as they face the team they beat in scrims, Rise Nation.

The full compLexity: POV episode can be found below. The section with Censor talking to Jason Lake begins at the 5:30 mark.

About The Author

Ross is a former Dexerto writer and editor. Ross joined Dexerto in 2017 as a CSGO and Call of Duty writer after completing his History degree. He later became the Acting Head of Editorial at Dexerto but failed in his mission to become a Counter-Strike pro. Maybe it's time to retire and give Valorant a try.