All Orangutan Esports Lineups for 2023: Free Fire, BGMI, Valorant, Pokemon Unite
Here are all the teams that Orangutan Esports plans to operate this year.
The 2023 competitive season is well underway and one of the top esports organizations from India, Orangutan Esports, has officially announced its gaming lineups for the calendar year across several titles like Free Fire, Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), Valorant, and Pokemon Unite.
Orangutan already has one of the top Free Fire teams in the country called Orangutan Elite, apart from this they plan on continuing ahead with their BGMI team, along with two revamped Valorant rosters, and an upcoming Pokemon Unite squad.
Here are complete details about the respective lineups and its players for the 2023 competitive season.
All esports lineups of Orangutan Gaming for the 2023 competitive season
Orangutan has been operating the best competitive Free Fire team in the country since November 2021, having joined hands with Team Elite to form Orangutan Elite.
Despite the game's ban since February 2022, the team continues to operate as part of the organization, moving over to compete in Free Fire MAX tournaments within the country.
The current OG Elite lineup for the 2023 season is as follows,
Lokesh "PAHADI" Karakoti - Captain
Ajay "JONTY" Kumar Banga
Naitik "OLDMONK" Khoshto
Sankalp "Duker" Gupta
Jayesh "MrJay" Yadav
Orangutan has continued maintaining its once successful BGMI roster despite no signs of the game's return.
Ashish "Ash" Bhatnagar
Manoj "Believe" Kumar
Shubham "Drigger" Singh Quiriyal
Ankit "AK" Shukla
Faraz "WizzGOD" Khan
Vedang "Vedzz" Chavan - Coach
The current lineup is easily amongst the top teams in the country, having attained multiple podium finishes in top-tier tournaments like BMIS 2022 (2nd), BGMS 2022 (3rd), Skyesports Pro league (3rd), and other similar events.
Valorant is quickly growing as one of the biggest esports title in the country and Orangutan is all set to participate in both, male and female, competitive scenes.
Having bid farewell to its previous lineup last year, Orangutan signed its new roster in January 2023 consisting of three Indian and two Filipino players.
Sabyasachi "Antidote" Bose - Captain
Akram "Rawfiul" Virani
Rishi "RvK" Vijayakumar
Jm "Tesseract" Ignacio
Azis "azys" Nandang
Apart from this, it also revamped its female roster which now consists of the following members,
zini - Captain
Chloe “Chloettw” Wong
Neha “CaspeR” Sottany
Asad “GuNNeR” Azam - Coach
The roster for this particular mobile esports title has not been revealed yet, but the organization has made it clear that it will be announced soon.
With the rising popularity of the title in the country and South Asia getting direct slots in multiple international tournaments. This actually seems like a great time for the organization to enter Pokemon Unite.