Bombers esports has welcomed Jake 'Rogue' Sharwood to its League of Legends team.

Debuting in 2016, Rogue quickly made a name for himself, making insane plays on champions such as Thresh. His strong early game and laning phase placed his teammates in great positions to win games, while he could also always be relied upon to make that clutch play to win a game. 

Rogue joined Order in 2018 - a team what was built to try and contest the OPL title - along with his partner in the bot lane and fellow new Bombers esports signing 'FBI'.

In spite of what many consider to be a disappointing performance from the line-up in the playoffs, strong play from Rogue and FBI during the splits kept Order's title chances intact.

In 2019, Rogue will be looking to make himself a well-rounded player by incorporating more strategy and leadership into his gameplay.

“Rogue is a really strong player that has proven himself time and time again to be one of the best support players in the region," Essendon's Head of Esports Nathan Mathews said.

"I am extremely excited to watch his progress over the next six to 12 months as we look to further develop his skill set.”