- Noble Esports' Anshuman Dash has announced the org's exit from India.
- Noble Esports was apparently not paying salary to the players and the management staff.
Anshuman Dash, the head of Indian Operation at Noble Esports has announced the closure of the India division of Noble Esports. He announced on his Instagram handle that they are "no longer associated" with the organization.
Noble Esports is a North American esports organization that was founded in the summer of 2014. They entered in esports scene in India in September 2020 by signing a VALORANT roster. They had signed some of the best VALORANT talents in the country.
They had also signed a PUBG Mobile roster from India. While Noble Esports was going through some issues, a decision of this scale was not expected.
Noble Esports was not paying salary: sources
Ronin, Head of Indian Operation at Noble Esports, posted, " We are no longer associated with Noble Esports in any manner." He also tagged all of the players and staff of the India division with this announcement. According to the sources, the closure of Noble India comes after the internal issues between players and the organization. Noble Esports was reportedly not paying salary to the players and the management staff.
Noble Esports hasn't released any statement on this matter. We will update you when they do.