Revenant Esports, one of the country’s leading Esports organizations have become the first Indian Esports organization to have a presence in eight different Esports titles as they mark their entry into Brawl Stars by announcing a talented and top-notch roster that will be leading the organization’s title charge in upcoming tournaments.
The roster comprising team captain Ashmit Raj Singh (Sergeant Clash), Moida Jain (Instinct), Prashant Malik (Trashant), and Shaurya Shukla (Hero) are all notable names from the Brawl Stars community and specialists when it comes to their in-game characters.
Ashmit excels with the attacking potential of epic brawler ‘Stu’, Moida utilizes the high health and mobility of ‘Bibi’ to thrive and Prashant helps the squad with his quick speed as ‘Max’. Shaurya provides devastating damage output as ‘Spike’ to balance the team’s tactics and outperform the opponent perfectly.
Rohit Jagasia, Founder and CEO of Revenant Esports Said:
Prevailing as a duo in various tournaments, Ashmit and Moida have been playing together since last year and are considered the pros of this gaming title, recording six monthly wins together in the Brawl Stars Championship 2022 SESA-ANZ finals and being World Finalists at the Brawl Stars World Finals 2022.
Prashant joined the team after his impressive performance in the 2022 Brawl Stars Championships monthly finals while Shaurya had competed in Game.tv tournaments with Ashmit in the past.
Expressing eagerness to be in action for Revenant Esports, team captain Ashmit Raj Singh said:
Having assembled one of the most competent rosters in Brawl Stars, Revenant Esports will now aim to replicate the success which they have achieved in Esports titles such as BGMI, Call of Duty: Mobile, Valorant, Pokemon UNITE, CS:GO, Apex Legends and Clash of Clans at the national and international stage.
The roster will be making their competitive debut in the upcoming ESL Snapdragon Pro Series India as well as the Brawl Stars Championship with their main aim is to qualify for the Masters in Japan.
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