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Background Information
NameScott Lussier
Country of Birth
United States
BirthdaySeptember 24, 1989 (age 32)
North America
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Team History
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Scott "Gandhi" Lussier is a retired player and eSports caster who is most well known for his time on Carbon and for his time as an MLG caster. He is currently a prominent figure in the Smite community.


Halo 2

Scott "Gandhi" Lussier started his Professional Gaming career with a 7th place finish at the MLG D.C. 2005 Opener. The Legendz roster consisted of Defy, Mack and Vash. Gandhi changed teams from event to event and found 2 wins at MLG Nashville 2005 and MLG Seattle 2005 with IGS, which soon formed into team Carbon. He placed 2nd at the MLG New York City 2005 National Championship with Karma, Strongside and Shockwave. In 2006, Carbon formed and they won the final 3 events of the season. This includes a victory over Final Boss at the MLG Las Vegas 2006 National Championship. The Carbon roster was Ghostayame, Karma, Shockwave and coach TripleX. Gandhi continued a number of top 4 finishes in 2007. His highest placing was 1st at MLG Dallas 2007 with Carbon. This victory was his 6th and final major tournament win.

Halo 3

Carbon placed a respectable 6th and 4th to start the 2008 season. After MLG San Diego 2008 the roster of 2 years changed. Gandhi formed a Legendz team with Bestman, Defy and Fear for MLG Orlando 2008. His best placing after the Carbon era was 8th and it came at the MLG Las Vegas 2008 National Championship.


Gandhi (far right) on the MLG casting team alongside Puckett and Shockwav3.

After retiring as a Halo player, Gandhi became a caster for MLG, often working alongside Chris Puckett and later, former teammate Shockwav3. He casted for MLG from 2009-2012, and for AGL from 2012-2013.


  • The famous Halo maneuver called the "Gandhi Hop" is named after Gandhi.
  • Known for his trash talk.


This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

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Tournament tier
Gandhi Tournament Results
2021-11-138$6,000$ 6,000$6,000 Twitch Rivals Halo 3 Throwback with NinjaCarbonlogo std.pngCbN GH057ayame •  Roy •  Cloud •  Gandhi
2019-01-129 - 12 UGC Halo Classic 2019 2v2Logo std.pngTOXI Toxin •  Gandhi
2014-11-097 - 8$1,500$ 1,500$1,500 Halo MCC Launch InvitationalPurple Rainlogo std.pngPR Gandhi •  Maven •  Legion •  Elitist
2008-11-238$8,000$ 8,000$8,000 MLG National Championship 2008LeGendZlogo std.pngLGZ Gandhi •  Defy •  Legend •  BesT MaN
2008-11-232 MLG Las Vegas Championships 2008 All Star ClassicWest Coastlogo std.pngWEST Gandhi •  OGRE1 •  iGotUrPistola •  StrongSide •  OGRE2 •  Elamite •  Tsquared •  Legit
2008-10-058$1,600$ 1,600$1,600 MLG Dallas 2008LeGendZlogo std.pngLGZ Gandhi •  Defy •  Legend •  BesT MaN
2008-08-249 - 12 MLG Toronto 2008LeGendZlogo std.pngLGZ Gandhi •  Defy •  BesT MaN •  Naded
2008-07-139 - 12 MLG Orlando 2008Logo std.pngPSF FeaR •  Defy •  BesT MaN •  Gandhi
2008-06-154$5,600$ 5,600$5,600 MLG San Diego 2008Carbonlogo std.pngCbN Gandhi •  Karma •  ShocKWav3 •  GH057ayame
2008-04-136$2,800$ 2,800$2,800 MLG Meadowlands 2008Carbonlogo std.pngCbN Gandhi •  Karma •  ShocKWav3 •  GH057ayame Gandhi's Brother
Total Prize:USD 25,500

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External links


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