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India’s League of Legends Team Leaves for Macau, Prepared to Compete for Seeding in the Asian Games 2023

<p>The Indian League of Legends squad, which will represent the country in the 19th Asian Games in 2023, has left for Macau to compete against Sri Lanka, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan in order to establish their seeding for the illustrious competition in Hangzhou.</p>
<p>The talented team, captained by Akshaj Shenoy, will face Sri Lanka and Kazakhstan on June 21 before facing Kyrgyzstan on June 22. The team also includes top athletes Samarth Arvind Trivedi, Mihir Ranjan, Aditya Selvaraj, Aakash Shandilya, and Sanindhya Malik.<img decoding=”async” loading=”lazy” class=”alignnone wp-image-30445″ src=”” alt=”” width=”1065″ height=”880″ /></p>
<p>The five-man team proved they had exceptional skills by winning the National Esports Championships (NESC), which were run by the Esports Federation of India (ESFI), to earn a spot in the Asian Games. They are now focused on making an impression on the best League of Legends teams to earn a favorable seeding.</p>
<p>The captain of the Indian League of Legends team, Akshaj Shenoy, shared his thoughts on how well-prepared the team is to represent the nation and how ESFI has helped them along the way. He said, “With the event for the Central and South Asia region starting in 2 days, our team feels very confident going forward into the event. The Esports and Training group FITGMR, which has collaborated with ESFI to give instruction to all the games linked with the event, has provided us with training. As examinations and deadlines drew near, several of our players were unable to confirm their attendance. ESFI supported us by resolving these issues so that all of the team’s key players could participate in the tournament. To make our nation and our fans proud, we are really ecstatic and prepared to give it our best.</p>
<p>At the Asian Games in 2023, where India will compete in four games—League of Legends, FIFA Online 4, Street Fighter V: Champion Edition, and DOTA 2—Esports will make its official medal event debut after serving as a showcase title in 2018.</p>
<p>“The League of Legends team’s journey from the beginning to the present has been really admirable. We have seen the players’ development as a team and their commitment to earning a spot in the Asian Games, therefore we are convinced that they will demonstrate India’s Esports potential on a global scale. According to Mr. Lokesh Suji, Director, Esports Federation of India & Vice President of the Asian Esports Federation (AESF), “Everyone at ESFI wishes them well for the matches in Macau and urges everyone to support the team as it strives for victory.</p>
<p>The Asian Games will now take place from September 23 to October 8, 2023, instead of in September as they were originally planned. This international competition will firmly establish Esports’ breakthrough into India’s mainstream sports scene.</p>
<p>As the Esports Federation of India’s official communication partner, one of the best sports and esports communication firms in the nation, Artsmith-Concepts & Visions, will continue to help the organization.</p>
<p>On July 13, online seeding matches will be held for the DOTA 2 squad led by Darshan, Krish, Abhishek, Ketan, and Shubham, while the Street Fighter V competitors Mayank Prajapati and Ayan Biswas will fly to Hangzhou, China for their respective seeding matches on July 22 and 23.</p>
<p>The AESF will shortly announce the dates for the seeding matches for FIFA Online 4 competitors Charanjot Singh and Karman Singh Tikka.</p>
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