Noble Esports picks up another roster in India and this time it's for Free Fire

Noble Esports picks up another roster in India and this time it's for Free Fire

The roster was formed in collaboration with EsportsXO

Noble Esports: one of the first international esports organization to step foot in the Indian Esports ecosystem has now decided to venture into one of the biggest esports in India: Garena Free Fire, after recently unveiling their Free Fire roster in collaboration with EsportsXO.

The ones joining Noble's Free Fire forces are as follows:

  • Bhanu “BPSingh” Singh

  • Mehul “Mehul” Rawat

  • Nikku "Niku"

  • WarGod

  • NonStop.

Two players from the roster:War and Nonstop have been loaned from EsportsXO: a one-stop destination for everything related to esports.

These players are one of the most underrated players of the Free Fire scene and are termed by many as the 'underdogs'. However, the players are now playing under Noble's banner, which has earned them a spot at the big leagues.

The roster will be debut in the upcoming Titan Invitational Event by Garena.

Anshuman Dash, Head of Operations India told Times of Esports, "The recent roster, formed with help of EsportsXo, where we have taken their two players (War & Nonstop) on loan, will be participating in the upcoming Titan Invitational Event by Garena."

When asked about his thoughts on the Noble's new venture Anshuman commented, "Undoubtedly Freefire is the future of Mobile Gaming. You have seen famous personalities like Christiano Ronaldo & Hrithik Roshan partnering/endorsing Garena Freefire. Garena has announced their 2021 Esports road map recently and we at NOBLE Esports and very excited to dive into the scenario."

About Noble Esports

Noble Esports is an American Esports Organization that entered the Indian Esports ecosystem back in September, after announcing roster for games like PUBG and Valorant. However, Noble later disbanded the roster due to internal disputes and chose to venture into mobile gaming and currently packs rosters for mobile esports like League of Legends: Wild Rift, PUBG Mobile and now Free Fire too.

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