Noble Esports announced this week on Instagram that they have set up a bootcamp for 2 teams in Khargar, Mumbai. The post says that they secured their first bootcamp, showing they were here to stay. Over the next two weeks, players will move in and start practising together. Noble also said that once the teams get settled in they would be filming an introduction video for the mystery team.
The organisation announced their Wild Rift roster in October so perhaps that could be one of the teams moving in. On the other hand, Noble Esports might be planning a further expansion and may add a few more rosters to really sink their teeth into the Indian scene. However, this is only speculation, we will have to wait for future announcements.
Noble Esports Makes Its Presence Known In India
The American organisation Noble Esports has made its presence felt in Indian PUBG Mobile, VALORANT and Wild Rift esports space. Noble also added Anshuman Dash (roninplays69) as their Head of Operations for the South Asia region. In August, Noble Esports ventured into the mobile esports industry by acquiring an Indian PUBG Mobile roster. Noble had picked up the now XTZ VALORANT roster in September consisting of Simar ‘psy’ Sethi, Tejas ‘Rex’ Kotian, Shakir ‘hikkA’ Razak, Harsh ‘Harsh’ Arora, and Sami "SSSami" Ar Rahman. Since the formation of the Noble Esports team, the players had been performing well, however, Velocity Gaming has been dominating the Indian Valorant scene and is yet to be dethroned. In October, Noble announced a Wild Rfit squad even though the game is far from getting a release in India. Noble Esports is known for its teams in CS: GO, Halo, League of Legends, Heroes of the Storm, World of Tanks, gears of War and Dota 2.