Lucky (Alejandro López)

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Informazioni generali
NomeAlejandro López
Paese di nascitaSpain Spain
Data di nascitaSeptember 4, 1999 (age 20)
 North America
Residenze precedenti
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Ruoli precedentiFlex
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Squadre precedenti
Dec 2014 - Feb 2015
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Mar 2015 - Jun 2015
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Pain Gaminglogo std.pngPain Gaming
May 2015 - May 2015
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XPRESIV'E Clublogo std.pngXPRESIV'E Club
Jul 2015 - Oct 2015
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Over Gaminglogo std.pngOver Gaming
Dec 2015 - Jul 2016
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Aug 2016 - Oct 2019
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Oct 2019 - Jan 2020
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Jan 2020 - Present
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Alejandro "Lucky" López is a substitute for Toronto Ultra.


Advanced Warfare

Lucky broke into the Spanish scene at the age of 15, during Advanced Warfare. His first LAN event on record was the WhatYouPlay Season Cup. Representing XPRESIV'E Club, himself, Buka, Oney and Sukry won the championship by beating Gamers2 in the winners final and grand final. Lucky also competed in two other tournaments that year with Pain Gaming and Over Gaming; he finished the season winning €3,200.

Black Ops 3

With the CWL being formed and implementing an age restriction for professional Call of Duty, Lucky was left competing in the amateur scene back home. The CWL only featured one Spanish team at the time, Giants Gaming, with the scene being dominated by UK and French teams. This meant that the Giants were ahead of the game and tended to win most competitions. After putting on a good display at the LVP Season 9 Final Cup, Lucky was added to the Giants Thunderkids. The Giants Gaming academy, comprising of JurNii, Oney, and Pabloskis, took the LVP Season 10 Final Cup; Lucky won the MVP of the tournament award. Lucky and the gang were then picked up by Team Heretics for the remainder of the season. They placed second at the Madrid Gaming Experience 2016 and SocialNAT GGCup 2016 losing two times against Giants Gaming CWL team.

Infinite Warfare

The team stuck together under the Heretics banner for the next game; Lucky was still too young to join CWL competitions. The team won the first event of the domestic season, LVP Season 11 Final Cup - winning €4,800. The Giants Gaming reign had come to an end, now a new scene of teams was rising to the top including eMonkeyz and KIYF eSports. They placed top four at the LVP SuperLiga Orange Season 12 Final Cup and second at the GAME Stadium Playoffs 2017. MethodZ replaced Oney for the last event of the year, the LVP La Copa 2017, where they finished a disappointing top eight.

World War II

Team Heretics made their move into the CWL with Lucky, Pabloskis, MethodZ and envdiaN leading the charge. They were only able to compete in the open events and unfortunately failed to win any prize money through the year; apart from at Call of Duty World League Championship 2018. After two awful performances at Dallas and New Orleans, Sukry and JurNii came in to replace Pabloskis and envdiaN - their best placing was a top twenty, which they achieved twice at Atlanta and Seattle. Domestically they were not up to scratch, placing fourth at the LVP SuperLiga Orange Season 13 Finals to everyone's surprise.

Black Ops 4

Team Heretics went into the new game by adding the young promise MeTTalZ to their already established lineup. They started out the season on fire by winning two out of the first three online 2Ks and the CWL Las Vegas Spanish Qualifier. At CWL Las Vegas, the team made it out of the Open Bracket in Winners by defeating one of the Open Bracket favorites FC Black 3-0. This sent them into Pool B with Evil Geniuses, Luminosity, Red Reserve, and UYU. The team went 1-3, with their only win being pool winners Evil Geniuses, and were sent to the first round of the Losers Bracket. They defeated Revenge but were then knocked out by Team Reciprocity with a Top 20 finish. This placement was good enough for them to qualify for the CWL Pro League Qualifier. At the qualifier, they solidified themselves as a top team by winning five out of the six matches in their pool, only losing to Team Envy in map 5. This gave auto qualification to the CWL Pro League 2019, the first time for a Spanish team. They got off to an unbeaten start in the Pro League with a 5-0 record, before things started to go against them with the departure of Sukry and signing the Italian player Wartex for the end of season. Proving to be one of the best players in the game, Lucky was pick to CWL Pro League All-Star 2019. During the year they accumulated almost $150,000 in prize money, finishing top sixteen at Call of Duty World League Championship 2019.

Modern Warfare

For the debut season of the Call of Duty League, Lucky will be a part of the franchise team of Toronto Ultra with Methodz, Brack, Loony, and Heretics teammate MeTTalZ.


  • Lucky is considered one of the best snipers in the world.
  • Lucky was the LVP Final Cup 10 MVP.
  • Lucky was a 2019 CWL Pro League All-Star.


Recent Tournament Results (View All)
GameIcon BO4.png2019-08-18B313 - 16$ 25,000
Call of Duty World League Championship 2019
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GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-21A99 - 10$ 12,500
CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs
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GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-19A11
CWL Pro League 2019 All-Star Game
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GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-05A77 - 8$ 69,375
CWL Pro League 2019
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GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-05D535$ 5,000
CWL Pro League 2019
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