Niship “Dhokla” Doshi began his career on CruiseControl. But his stay was brief, and he didn’t get to play any notable games. He finally stepped into the spotlight when he joined Sin Gaming in the 2017 OPL Split 2. His team performed reasonably well in the regular season, securing a 7-3 record and qualifying for the playoffs. Sin Gaming kicked off their run with a close 3-2 victory over Avant Garde, but the following series against Chiefs Esports Club ended in a 0-3 loss.
In the off-season, he went to play for OpTic Gaming Academy. However, when OpTic’s main top laner—Zig—started underperforming, OpTic brought Dhokla in to share playtime in the 2018 NA LCS Spring Split.
Dhokla International Tournaments
Dhokla attended his first international tournament—the 2017 Rift Rivals (GPL-LJL-OPL)—as a part of Sin gaming. His team performed well at the event, winning three out of five of its games. Even so, OPL lost the Semifinals against GPL and were eliminated from the competition.