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Valorant Esports: Noble Gaming Enter Indian Esports by Acquiring Roster From South Asia

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A big breakthrough in Indian PC esports was witnessed after Noble Esports announced its 5 man roster from South Asia for Valorant competitive. Interestingly roster contains 4 Indian and 1 Sri-Lankan player.

Earlier we have seen big esports giants- Fnatic and TSM  have already invested in India for Pubg Mobile Competitive. But it is unlikely to get foreign organisation attention in India regarding PC esports, So we can say the Indian Valorant scene is heating up with the entry of multiple organisations somehow.


Noble Esports mainly picked up Former CS-GO players

  •    Tejas ‘Rex’ Kotian
  •    Rahul ‘t1to’ Sridhar
  •    Harsh ‘Harsh’ Arora
  •    Simar ‘psy’ Sethi
  •    Shakir ‘hikkA’ Razak

Anshuman Dash, Noble’s SA Operations Head & Country Lead, India has confirmed that the company have many plans for the Indian region & in upcoming days, they are looking forward to diving into the CODM, Freefire, Console Gaming (Fifa etc.) and even in PUBGM, if it gets unbanned.

Seen the immense opportunity and growth for the international organizations in the Indian gaming community. Pro players have levelled up their skills as more opportunities could be seen coming up for them in future.


Noble Esports is a North American Esports Organisation. Founded in 2014. This organisation has expanded in CS: GO, Gears of War, Halo, League of Legends, Smite, World of Tanks, Dota 2, and Heroes Of The Storm.

This organisation has sponsored by big tech giants like Twitch, Logitech, Electronic Gamers’ League, and Elgato Gaming.

Ashish Jha
Ashish is a passionate writer in the gaming and esports industry, and an Anime geek, fueled by coding, coffee, and late-night game sessions.

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