Rasheeq ‘train’ Rahman

By: EsportsOnly.Com
May 30, 2017

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Rasheeq ‘train’ Rahman

Rasheeq ‘train’ Rahman is a Canadian esports gamer playing for Luminosity Gaming Evil taking on DPS position. His goal for 2017 together with his Overwatch squad is to dominate the North American esports scene. Rasheeq is known to manhandle the opponent’s support player or neutralize the enemy’s damage in assisting his team to win the match.

Where it all began:

Maplestory game

Rahman started playing video games when he was sixteen years old playing Team Fortress 2 and Maplestory. Later he began playing Overwatch on his Xbox 360, developing his gaming abilities to become a better player. He eventually joined his very first team, bird noises in 2016, competing in the DPS role.

The Team:

Luminosity Gaming is a Canadian based esports company that was founded by Steve ‘Buyaka Maida in February 2015. The LG organisation currently supports teams that compete in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Hearthstone, World of Warcraft, Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 and Overwatch.

LG Evil OW5

Luminosity Gaming Evil is an Overwatch team that is made up of former Hammer esports players who joined in March 2017. The OW roster includes Jake as the in-game leader, train, Voll, super, rob420 and Avast to carry on the their gaming adventures with LG Evil.   

Competition Participation:

The most recent event LG Evil participated in was the CyberPowerPC 2017 Extreme Gaming Series Spring Invitational. The Overwatch Luminosity won over Counter Logic Gaming with the score 3:1 to take home their prize of $2.5K.

Haste Overwatch minor event

A few other achievements for train were with Hammer Esports beating teams like Tempo Storm at the minor event, Haste Overwatch and the Alienware Monthly Melee: January beating LG Loyal.


The greatest achievement for train so far was with Luminosity Gaming competing at the Overwatch Carbon Series. The unit lost to another top team Immortals in the major event with the score 1:3 claiming the prize of $5K.