Noble Esports announces Free Fire line-up for India, Check out the players

Noble Esports announces Free Fire line-up for India, Check out the players

Free Fire India Latest update: Noble Esports is just making big money moves in the Indian esports industry as the North-American organization has recently singed players from the popular mobile battle-royale title Free Fire. Noble Esports has made a significant presence in the country by entering the eSports world of various titles and creating proper teams. This Free-Fire India roster for the upcoming tournament is their latest venture.

Noble Esports’ entry in the country started when they created a PUBG Mobile roster for India but to their hard luck, a ban was announced on PUBG. The new roster could not make its place in the PUBG Mobile World. Noble then went on to acquire a new line-up, this time for Valorant and since then they have been doing good in the Indian eSports community.

Noble Esports took the decision to acquire the Free Fire roster that played from the clan and was assisted by Esports XO and features some big names.

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The players who will play for Noble Esports team are as follows:

  • BPSINGH
  • MEHUL
  • NIKU
  • WAR
  • NONSTOP

Bhanu ‘BP Singh’ Singh is the top boss for one of the better known Free Fire guilds named Wargods and Niku also belonged to the same clan. This newly formed roster almost has the best of all the worlds– from players to content creators and with ‘NonStop’ in their team, they have filled the void of a content creator as well. He has over 1 million subscribers on YouTube and is known for the content that he makes.

Garena has made its plan for Free Fire eSports in India and is a big boost for eSports organizations like Noble Esports who are looking to enter the competitive scene of this title and compete for the huge prize pool. For now, the newest competitive game is the one that is being organised by Jio Games, the Free Fire tournament with a prize pool of over 12 lakh.

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