Noble Esports has announced a complete lineup of League of Legends: Wild Rift. This includes Jeet “Swifty” Kundra and Raunak “Crowley” Sen, as well as some of India’s best MOBA veterans, including talented players such as Divine, Zapheto and Capt Kirk. ..
Noble Esports Announces Wildlift Roster Featuring Multiple Former Dota 2 Pros
In early October 2020, NA organization Noble Esports announced that it would sign the Indian Wildlift roster with a teaser featuring Captain Kirk (former League of Legends PC Professional) who will be part of the team. Following this, the former entity gaming Dota 2 player, Syed “GodShahab was announced as captain of this team.
Finally, their complete roster was revealed on November 4th. Their complete roster consists of veteran Dota 2 players Swifty and Crowley, who recently announced their retirement from the Valve title on social media handles earlier this week, and former entity gaming player Amit “Zafet” Marwar.
The Wild Rift roster of Noble Esports is as follows:
During: Said “Divine” Shahab
ADC: Kirk “Captain Kirk” Stephen
Top lane: Jeet “Swifty” Kundra
Dense forest: Launack “Crawley” Sen
support: Amit “Zafet” Marwar.
Who are Swifty, Crowley and Zapheto?
Swifty and Crowley are two of the country’s most successful esports players, earning over US $ 21,000 in their Dota 2 career. They are also a key member of the best Indian Dota 2 team, Signify, and have won two consecutive undefeated consecutive wins in Indian tournaments, winning more than 10 Dota 2 tournaments.
Their experience and leadership in the MOBA genre, coupled with Captain Kirk and Divine’s technical capabilities, could be the key to making Noble esports a key player in the Indian wildlift scene.
The fifth player, Zapheto, was one of the most promising and successful young support players in Indian Dota 2 before the tournament was exhausted. It will be interesting to see how his journey evolves at Noble Esports in a Wildlift tournament.
Noble esports and its aggressive expansion into India
Noble Esports is a North American esports organization founded in 2014. This organization has been active in various games for many years. The organization had a roster of CS: GO, Gears of War, Halo, League of Legends, Smite, World of Tanks, Dota 2, and Heroes Of The Storm. Currently, we have an active roster of Rocket League, Barorant, and PUBG Mobile.
In August 2020, Noble Esports entered the mobile esports industry by acquiring the PUBG Mobile roster in India. The organization also released the Valorant roster in September 2020.