Team Vitality announces Free Fire India roster

The new roster will be first seen in action in the upcoming Free Fire India Championship 2022 Spring

Team Vitality announces Free Fire India roster
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Europe’s leading esports org, Team Vitality has revealed its Free Fire mobile lineup in India. This comes shortly after announcing Esports Premiere League and Free Fire Tri-Series champion, Indranil “FABINDRO” Saha as the roster’s new coach and IGL. With its second mobile roster ready to go, Team Vitality is looking forward towards competing in the upcoming Free Fire India Championship (FFIC) 2022 Spring which attracts a total prize pool of ₹1 crore (approx. $134k).


The lineup includes Mehul “MEJUSTMEHUL” Rawat, who made his name in the pro Free Fire circuit by being a part of True Rippers, Nigma Galaxy, Noble Esports, and more. Mehul also won several esports acclaims with podium finishes in Free Fire Scrim Wars Official, ESportz Premier Series (Phase 1), and UP City Open Official. Dipu Subba, Sanjog “AIZEN” Thapa, and Sangam Kunwar joins Indranil and Mehul to form the rest of the team. They made a big splash in 2021 as a part of the underdog team – KM Brotherhood – when they reached #7 position in the Free Fire Pro League 2021 Winter, and #8 position in the World Esports Cup.


Speaking on the occasion, CEO of Team Vitality, Nicolas Maurer said, “Free Fire has seen immense growth over the last couple of years and I’m excited to see Team Vitality enter the fold and showcase what we can do. 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,”


Team Vitality India’s Managing Director, Randall Fernandez, added “While we are French rooted, our company’s philosophy is about having amazing esports talent and teams that transcend physical boundaries. Indranil has done a great job in scouting for and cherry-picking this roster. 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 new team is operating out of the state-of-the-art Team Vitality India Training Facility located in Mumbai along with the Call of Duty Mobile roster. You can follow their updates on Team Vitality India’s Instagram handle.