Noble Esports from the US acquires PUBG Mobile roster from India

Noble Esports from the US acquires PUBG Mobile roster from India

Noble Esports has ventured into the mobile esports industry. They have done so by acquiring an Indian PUBG Mobile roster. The roster includes new players who have not yet made an impressionable mark on the PUBG Mobile community.

Noble Esports is a North American esports organization that was founded in 2014. The company has had active rosters in CS:GO, Gears of War, Halo, League of Legends, Smite, World of Tanks, Dota 2, and Heroes Of The Storm.

Indian PUBG Mobile roster picked up by North American company

Noble Esports announced their entry into Indian PUBG Mobile market by acquiring a new team whose players are not as well known as some of the bigger, more influential streamers and pro PUBG Mobile players.

The squad did appear in PUBG Mobile India Series 2020 under name of Team Falcons. They managed to make it to the quarter-finals but could not pave their path to the semi-finals.

This move from Noble Esports is quite surprising as other international organizations that entered Indian PUBG Mobile scene picked up the best veterans from the scene.

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Earlier, Fnatic acquired the star lineup of Team XSpark and TSM, NOVA Esports formed a partnership with local powerhouses Entity Gaming and Team Godlike respectively. All of these organisations acquired the best teams from the region.

The move to get an underdog lineup is not new in India. A Mongolian team named No Chance Team earlier announced their own underdog lineup in India.

For now, we don't really know much about the players and their strategy. Noble Esports have taken a gamble and only time will tell if it pays off or not.

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