Matthew ‘Voll’ Wallace

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Nickame:
Voll
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Game:
Total Earnings:
$2,789.17
Tournaments:
World Ranking:
0
Country Ranking:
1391
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Biography

Matthew ‘Voll’ Wallace is a talented American gamer who plays for Luminosity Gaming Evil. He takes on the green uniform playing DPS and or the flex role for his team to help win the Overwatch matches.

Wallace’s expectations in 2017 for his team is that they keep on training to improve their game strategies and stick together for he believes that as a team they have the potential to be a top team in Overwatch.

Where it all began:

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Matthew started his gaming interest with Team Fortress 2, who was a part of the Bird Noises roster. It is no surprise that at a certain point many competitive gamers who played TF2 transitioned to Overwatch since the skill set is very similar. Wallace originally knew about OW through the hype there was about the open beta event. After having tried out the game on his PC Wallace has never stopped gaming and will continue to do so in the years to come.

The Team:

Luminosity Gaming is a North American esports company that was established by Steve ‘Buyaka’ Maida in February 2015. Since then the organisation has expanded with several units competing in several esports games such as CS:GO, Hearthstone, World of Warcraft, Call of Duty and Overwatch.

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Luminosity Gaming Evil was created in March 2017 acquiring the former Hammer Esports players. The squad consists of the talented gamers like Jake as captain, train, Voll, super, rob420 and Avast.

Competition Participation:

Voll and his current team LG Evil have participated in their most recent CyberPowerPC 2017 Extreme Gaming Series Spring Invitational, beating CLG with the score 3:1 and at the Alienware Monthly Melee: March.

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While with Hammer Esports, Voll took part in the minor, Haste Overwatch defeating Tempo Storm with the score 3:0. Another esports event was the Alienware Monthly Melee: January where Hammer Esports took down Luminosity Gaming with the record of 3:0 to scoop their second highest reward of $3K.

Winnings:

The highest achievement for Voll and his team Luminosity Gaming Evil was at the Overwatch Carbon Series. The squad lost to Immortals but won their highest reward of $5K since they started in March 2017, a good start for the new team.