The Indian League of Legends team showcased their dominance in the Central and South Asia seeding event, securing favorable seeding for the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou. With impressive victories against Sri Lanka, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan, Team India, led by captain Akshaj Shenoy, displayed exceptional skill and teamwork.
Team India dominates the League of Legends seeding event; all set to conquer Asian Games 2022
Throughout the tournament, Team India exhibited their prowess, defeating all opponents with a 2-0 scoreline. The team’s roster, consisting of Samarth Arvind Trivedi, Mihir Ranjan, Sanindhya Malik, Aakash Shandilya, and Aditya Selvaraj, complemented Shenoy’s leadership and played a crucial role in their victories.
Expressing his joy, Akshaj Shenoy commented on the team’s accomplishments, acknowledging the hard work and dedication that led to their success. With their strong performance, Team India aims to secure a podium finish at the Asian Games and extend their gratitude to ESFI for the opportunity.
Having qualified through the National Esports Championships organized by ESFI, Team India has consistently showcased their talent. Their outstanding performance in the seeding event has solidified their reputation as a formidable team in the upcoming Asian Games.
The Asian Games will feature 19 prominent League of Legends teams, competing for glory in the tournament’s debut as an official medal event. Matches will be played in the Best of 3 formats, culminating in the gold and bronze medal matches contested in the Best of 5 formats.
ESFI and the Asian Esports Federation (AESF) expressed their pride in Team India’s achievements, offering their full support for the upcoming Asian Games. The esports communication agency Artsmith-Concepts & Visions will continue to serve as the official communication partner for ESFI.
Seeding fixtures for the DOTA 2 team and Street Fighter V athletes will be conducted online and in-person, respectively, while the dates for the FIFA Online 4 seeding matches will be announced soon by AESF.