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As PUBG Mobile esports announced PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero, Noble Esports updated its lineup. Noble is a professional esports team from the USA and is known to be the first organization to have signed a full lineup for PUBG Mobile.
They have announced the official PUBG Mobile India roster for the upcoming tournaments. The announcement came via their official twitter handle. For their roster, Noble decided to go for emerging PUBG Mobile players and not any established players.
The complete roster of Noble Esports for PUBG Mobile India are as follows:
- Sycho Sahu
- Savi Singh
- Sourav Mondal
- Sudeep Halder
According to Noble, Sycho Sahu will be the captain and Sniper of the entire team. Sudeep Halder will play as a fragger, Savi Singh and Sourav Mondal will play as support players with Sourav taking additional responsibility of the DMR specialist. Noble will provide intense training to all its PUBG Mobile players to achieve the best results.
About Noble Esports
Noble Esports is a North American company currently fielding teams in PUBG Mobile, CS: GO, Gears of War, Halo, League of Legends, Smite, World of Tanks, Dota 2, and Heroes Of The Storm. The core idea behind its birth was focussing on the importance of proper guidance. Jeremy Mclamb, co-founder, and CEO of Noble Esports was of the opinion that anyone can be a better version of themselves if they get proper guidance.
The announcement came just after Tencent announced PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) season zero. It will have a prize pool of $2 million which is the highest for a single tournament in the history of PUBG Mobile. The mega championship will have teams from across the world, including South East Asia, North America, and China.
PUBG Mobile Indian esports scene is on the rise
Last year, U.K. based organization Fnatic also acquired the Indian PUBG Mobile squad and they are also setting up a facility in India. It was followed by another global organization TSM who acquired Entity Gaming. And now, another international organization is picking up Indian roster which is definitely a good thing for the development of Indian mobile esports infrastructure.