Noble Esports announces League of Legends: Wild Rift Indian roster

Noble Esports announces League of Legends: Wild Rift Indian roster

North American organization Noble Esports has announced its Indian roster for the multiplayer online battle arena League of Legends: Wild Rift. After signing a Valorant roster in September, this is the second Indian roster that Noble Esports has signed.

The roster features some of the most prominent esports personalities from India which include Shahab “Divine” Saleha, and former League of Legends PC pro Kirk "Capt Kirk" Stephen. The new roster was announced on Noble Esports' official Instagram handle.

A mix of experience and young talent

The team features some of the most experienced battle-arena players of the country. Syed “Divine” Shahab, former DOTA2 pro for Entity Gaming will play as the Mid-laner and will captain the team. He was also the captain of Entity Gaming and under his leadership, they went on to win the ESL India Premiership in 2019.

Kirk "Capt Kirk" Stephen is a former League of Legends PC pro and is one of the best LoL players in the country. He is given the role of Carry which is regarded as the 'Glass Cannon' role in the game.

Along with Captain Kirk and Divine, the team includes some of the most successful DOTA2 players of the Country. Jeet "Swifty" Kundra and Raunak "Crowley" Sen were earlier part of Team Signify who went on to win 10 back-to-back DOTA2 tournaments and they have won over $20,000 in their careers. Swifty will play as Top Laner while Crowley will be the Jungler of the team.

Divine's Entity Gaming teammate Amit “Zapheto” Malwal is also a part of this Noble Esports roster and will play the role of Support in the team. This young talent still has a lot to prove and he has got the opportunity to do so in Noble Esports.

Noble Esports has been aggressively expanding in India. It will interesting to see how this team fares in tournaments.

Noble Esports Wild Rift roster-

Mid: Syed “Divine” Shahab

ADC: Kirk "Capt Kirk" Stephen

Top Lane: Jeet "Swifty" Kundra

Jungle: Raunak "Crowley" Sen

Support: Amit “Zapheto” Malwal.

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