MUNICH -- Carlo Ancelotti says he will follow Pep Guardiolas process and path at Bayern Munich, and seek a little more success.Ancelotti was presented as the new coach by Bayern on Monday, promising more of the same from the German champion, while also trying to tamp high expectations in the Champions League.His predecessor Guardiola led Bayern to three Bundesliga titles in his three seasons. But after taking over the Champions League titleholder, he could lead Bayern only as far as the semifinals in that championship in all three seasons, and decided not to extend his contract.Ancelotti will be expected to earn that trophy in his three seasons, having won the Champions League twice with AC Milan and once with Real Madrid, but he declined to promise it. Bayern has five titles.My friend Guardiola did a great job here, and I am not here to make a revolution, Ancelotti said. I will try to follow his line and play good, attacking football.We are going to try to be strong in all competitions and to win them all. But Im not a magician, and Bayern is not the only club seeking the Champions League title.Ancelotti told Bild newspaper that Guardiola left him a good luck message written in Italian on the wall of his office.Ancelotti and club chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said there were no plans for any immediate major new signings, but did not rule them out.We have a really good squad, and we are not talking about new players, but the market is open until the end of August, Ancelotti said.Rummenigge added, We are not planning with new players, but we are not shutting the door either.Bayern already has signed central defender Mats Hummels from Borussia Dortmund and teenager Renato Sanches from Benfica.There has been speculation in German media that forward Mario Goetze and defender Medhi Benatia might leave the club but neither Ancelotti nor Rummenigge would confirm it.Ancelotti said he considered both as Bayern players, and that he had talked with Goetze one month ago, but declined to give details.Goetze scored the goal that gave Germany the World Cup title over Argentina two years ago, but has been unsettled at Bayern. 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Multigame esports organization Luminosity has entered the dynamic fighting game community with the acquisition of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U player Yuta Abadango Kawamura.Announced during The Big House 6 in Dearborn, Michigan, Abadango is now part of a quickly growing list of top-10 players who have recently been signed by sponsors.NEWS: @Luminosity signs SSB4 player @LG_Abadango! Read More: https://t.co/312tzFm5Vh#GOLG #SSB4 #LGLOYAL #FGC pic.twitter.com/fS2FbLlqLm- Luminosity Gaming (@Luminosity) October 8, 2016Currently ranked fifth in the Panda Global rankings, Abadango is considered the best Mewtwo and Pacman player in the world. However, due to Japans strict laws prohibiting prize money from being distributed at tournaments, it has been difficult for him to invest more time into his career. Joining Luminosity should help offset some of those burdens.Luminosity has its hands in many different games, but is most known for its prowess in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. And while the fighting game audience is smaller than that of shooters and MOBAs like League of Legends, Luminosity Gamings CEO Steve Buyaka Maida thought it was still a scene worth jumping into.The FGC community made us want to get involved. Its incredibly passionate and engaging - unlike any other community, Buyaka told ESPN. Buyaka also saw something special in Japans top Smash 4 player. The players [and] personalities involved in Smash are quite adoptable and we believe our fan base will take kindly to a genuine, humble talent like Abadango.Luminosity is based in Los Angeles, which presents some challenges whenn sponsoring a player overseas.ddddddddddddThe difficulties would be what you might expect - language barrier and expensive travel. Fortunately we are in a position to offer Abadango the resources to travel more and have staff to translate for us, says Buyaka.This year, fans have been able to see Abadango compete often in multiple large US tournaments like Clutch City Clash, thanks to community support through crowdfunding efforts. Abadangos aggressive playstyle with Mewtwo makes his matches incredibly enjoyable to watch. But now that Abadango has the backing of Luminosity, it should mean even more opportunities to attend US events.Contractually we cover the large events but weve given him a competitive salary with the understanding that if he wants to attend smaller events that he has the freedom to pick and choose, says Buyaka.Luminosity is also keeping its ear to the ground for other potential FGC pickups. Its very early days for us in Smash. We are just getting our feet wet, the CEO commented.Fighting games have seen a strong surge of interest in recent years. Super Smash Bros. specifically saw a renaissance thanks to 2013s documentary series on YouTube, The Smash Brothers. Capcom and PlayStation have also been heavily investing in Street Fighter V. This past summer, the Street Fighter V Evolution 2016 championships were aired on ESPN2.As for Luminosity and Buyaka: I anticipate our interest and investment [in fighting games] will only continue to grow. ' ' '