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Noble Esports announce new lineup with Prospects members | VALORANT NEWS

The North American organization, Noble Esports have hosted teams in games such as Counter-Strike, Dota 2, Heroes of the Storm, Rainbow Six: Siege, and even hold a current roster in Player’s Unknown Battlegrounds. VALORANT is the next game added to their ever growing list of squads.

Their entry with VALORANT is with ex-Prospects members, Belal “FGB” Ahmad, Howard “Tetchra” Lebright, and Tim “root” Dalton, who are joined by Shawn “Shawn12590” O’Riley and Jason “jmoh” Mohandessi.

The new squad includes multiple players that have played for Prospects and Lemonade Stand, both who are squads that have been real challengers in North American weekly tournaments and qualifiers. Lemonade Stand even had a great run at Nerd Street Gamers x FaZe Clan Qualifier #2, allowing them to qualify for the main event.

FGB played Counter-Strike: Global Offensive before his time in VALORANT, starting his career under the mouseSpaz name. He played and streamed the game for over five years, even winning Fragadelphia 7 with Daniel “roca” Gustaferri. He, like many other players, moved to VALORANT during its Beta, where he quickly started streaming the game. He has played under many teams in his time, including Orbit and Prospects.

Like FGB, jmoh was also a Counter-Strike player, who had played many seasons of Mountain Due League and ESEA Advanced, most notably playing under Thunder Logic Gaming. When transitioning, jmoh played with a multitude of squads, including Team Underrated.

Ex-Fortnite player Tetchra comes into VALORANT with over $50,000 in prize winnings, from when he placed 34th in the 2019 Fortnite World Cup Duos. The American even played under Rogue until January of this year. So far in VALORANT, Tetchra has won many weekly events and cups in North America, playing with teams like Rugratz and Lemonade Stand.

He currently joins the roster as the primary Cypher, who, alongside root, should help pave the way to success, boosting all the players, including FGB’s current 205 ACS and 1.12 KD. Shawn12590 isn’t as shabby either, averaging a perfect 1.00 KD during his Sova play at 30Bomb: Summer Cup – 2020.

The new lineup for Noble Esports is:

Howard “Tetchra” Lebright
Jason “jmoh” Mohandessi
Belal “FGB” Ahmad
Shawn “Shawn12590” O’Riley
Tim “root” Dalton

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