India division of Noble Esports got disbanded after the players and staff left the org.
Ronin, head of Indian operation at Noble Esports, bid farewell to players and staff members and he also left the Noble Esports with the team due to internal issues. With this announcement, the PUBG Mobile roster and Free Fire roster of Noble Esports has left the org.
North American Esports organization, Noble Esports entered in Indian Esports scene in September 2020. They signed one of the best players from India for their VALORANT Roster.
They introduced Ronin as the head of South Asia operations and also signed him as the PUBG Mobile roster to represent them in the South Asia region. After a couple of months of signing the roster, Noble Esports released the roster.
Ronin, Head of Indian operation at Noble Esports, posted on Instagram:
“We are no longer associated with Noble Esports in any manner. Aise logon ko ignore krna sikho, nhito kisi bhi cheez ka theekana nhi rhega. There are people who are desperate enough ki tumko rok dein, chhin lein ya daba dein .. but unko entertain krna hi mt & focus kro life mein. Tod diya jaror, par rok ke dikhao!”
Encore, professional PUBG Mobile player posted:
“Please don’t ask us why we left the organization, we will let you know later.”
Let’s take a look at the names of All Indian players who left the Noble Esports with this announcement.
• PUBG Mobile Roster: – Paradox, Encore, Vexe, SWAG, SPower
• Free Fire Roster: – WAR3000, BP SINGH, MEHUL, NIKU, NONSTOP
According to some inside sources, this farewell comes to light due to internal issues between players and owners as The organization refuses to pay the salaries any more for the players and staff.
We don’t know either it is right or wrong still, we are waiting for a statement/ announcement from Noble Esports. They didn’t speak a word till now. If they post something, we will let you know for sure.