Noble Esports appoints Anshuman Dash as Operations Head for India
Noble Esports is an American Esports Organization that entered the Indian Esports ecosystem back in September, after announcing their Valorant India roster. However, Noble later disbanded the roster due to internal disputes.
Noble Esports later decided that they will be proceeding further in the Indian Esports ecosystem by investing in League of Legends Wild Rift and PUBG Mobile rosters.
Noble Esports recently made a huge announcement regarding their operations in India. They have announced that the operations in India will now be led by Anshuman Dash the new Operation Heads for Noble India.
Anshuman Dash earlier was responsible for handling the operations for Noble in South Asia, however Noble will now be treating India seperately and not alongside South Asia.
Noble Esports is one of the first international organizations to enter India.
In a conversation with Anshuman
To start the question we asked Anshuman to give a breif description about him to our readers, he replied by saying, "A flying school dropout turned Esports Professional, entrepreneurial vibe was on my head since very beginning, for which i dropped out of college."
Times of Esports asked Anshuman about the things he would be responsible after being assigned the Operations head for India, Anshuman replied by saying "So basically I will now handle all the local operations for the Noble India. The responsibility is all about getting brands on board, securing investments from Angels and VCs, recruiting top notch talent, content planning, growth & strategy."
Times of Esports then asked Anshuman how is he feeling about his new responsibility, he replied by saying, "It feels really nice to work for such a great Organization & I'm really thankful to NOBLE for believing in me."
To end the conversation we asked Anshuman about Noble India's future plans he replied by saying that, " In the coming future, Noble India is looking forward to invest in other mobile titles too by taking up rosters packing some of the best players in the country."