Noble Esports Announces Indian Wild Rift Roster

Vignesh Raghuram
4/Nov/2020 09:03 am

Noble Esports has just announced their full League of Legends: Wild Rift lineup featuring some of the most accomplished MOBA veterans in India including Jeet "Swifty" Kundra and Raunak "Crowley" Sen as well as other talented players like Divine, Zapheto, and Capt Kirk.

Noble Esports Wild Rift RosterNoble Esports announced its full roster on its Instagram handle

Noble Esports Announces Wild Rift Roster Featuring Multiple Former Dota 2 Pros

Earlier in October 2020, the NA organization Noble Esports had announced that they were signing a Wild Rift Roster in India with a teaser which featured Capt Kirk (former League of Legends PC professional) who would be a part of the team. Following this, former Entity Gaming Dota 2 Player, Syed “Divine” Shahab was announced as the captain of this squad.

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Finally, their full roster has been revealed on November 4. Their full roster consists of veteran Dota 2 players Swifty and Crowley who both recently announced their retirement from the Valve title on their social media handles earlier this week as well as former Entity Gaming player Amit “Zapheto” Malwal.

Noble Esports’ Wild Rift roster is:

Mid: Syed “Divine” Shahab

ADC: Kirk "Capt Kirk" Stephen

Top Lane: Jeet "Swifty" Kundra

Jungle: Raunak "Crowley" Sen

Support: Amit “Zapheto” Malwal.

Who are Swifty, Crowley, and Zapheto?

Swifty and Crowley are two of the most successful esports players in the country winning over $21,000 USD during their Dota 2 careers. They were also key members of the best Indian Dota 2 team, ‘Signify’ who had an undefeated 2-year winning streak in Indian tournaments winning over ten Dota 2 tournaments in a row. 

Signify had a winning streak that lasted over 2 yearsAt their peak, Signify's Dota 2 roster featuring Swifty and Crowley did not lose an Indian tournament for over two years.

Their experience and leadership in the MOBA genre combined with the technical prowess of Capt Kirk and Divine could prove to be the key for Noble Esports to become a major player in the Indian Wild Rift scene.

The fifth player, Zapheto was one of the most promising and successful young support players in Indian Dota 2 before the tournaments dried up. It will be interesting to see how his journey evolves with Noble Esports in Wild Rift tournaments.

Noble Esports and their aggressive expansion to India

Noble Esports is a North American esports organization that was founded in 2014. This organisation has been active in a variety of games over the course of time. The organization had rosters for CS:GO, Gears of War, Halo, League of Legends, Smite, World of Tanks, Dota 2, and Heroes Of The Storm. As of now, they have active rosters for Rocket League, Valorant and PUBG Mobile.

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In August 2020, Noble Esports ventured into the mobile esports industry by acquiring an Indian PUBG Mobile roster. The organization also announced a Valorant roster in September 2020.


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Vignesh has been covering the esports industry for nearly 5 years starting with the early days of the DPC. His industry expertise includes experience in Dota 2, CS:GO and Mobile Esports coverage.