- Team Vitality India is reaching out to new games
- Legendary player MEJUSTMEHUL is also part of the roster
- The team will train in a state-of-the-art facility in Mumbai
Team Vitality India is expanding operations into Free Fire by signing a new roster just in time for the next season.
Team Vitality Signs New Roster
One of the most popular esports organizations in Europe, Team Vitality, recently announced a large expansion into the Indian esports scene, adding a Free Fire roster to its Indian branch. The new team comes right in time for the FFIC 2022 Spring, which has a massive prize pool of Rs 10,000,000.
The new roster’s squad will be trained by Free Fire Tri-Series champion Idranil “FABINDRO” Saha. The teams’ composition will probably look something like this:
- Mehul “MEJUSTMEHUL” Rawat
- Dipu Subba
- Sanjog “Aizen” Thapa
- Sangam Kunwar
The four already have experience playing together. They managed to score the 7th position in the Pro League 2021 Winter in 2021 while competing under the name of KM Brotherhood. Another one of their achievements was the 8th position in the World Esports Cup last year.
“Indranil has done a great job in scouting for and cherry-picking this roster,“ said the Managing Director of Team Vitality India Randall Fernandez, who was very excited for the new team lineup. “We trust his decisions fully and are happy that the team is bonding and grinding hard at our Training Facility for the upcoming FFIC. We are very excited to see them achieve great feats in Free Fire.”
The Roster Features Prominent Players
Free Fire fans across India will surely recognize Mehul “MEJUSTMEHUL” Rawat because of his impressive resume so far. He shined greatly while playing for the True Rippers. Later on, MEJUSTMEHUL went on to play for multiple teams such as Nigma Galaxy and Noble Esports. He was able to further boost his reputation by climbing the podium in Free Fire Scrim Wars Official, Esportz Premier Series (Phase 1), and UP City Open Official.
CEO of Team Vitality Nicolas Maurer said that he is excited to see Team Vitality enter Free Fire, which has seen a large growth in the past two years. “With this new roster, we also now field athletes from 17 different nationalities as we look to nurture talent across the biggest global esports titles,” he added.
The team’s new home will be a state-of-the-art training facility in Mumbai. It will share it with Team Vitality’s Call of Duty Mobile roster which also operates out of the same training facility.