Noble Esports and its Valorant Roster have Mutually Parted Ways
The players will stay intact as a team despite the removal of the brand and are actively looking for a sponsor/organisation.
Noble Esports announced entry into Valorant only two months ago on 10th of September and now, two months ago the American organisation is calling quits on the same roster.
Captain of the team, Simar 'psy' Sethi revealed on his Instagram story that the roster is parting ways on a mutual decision with the banner of Noble Esports due to some internal disagreements.
One of the problems Psy referred last month was the lack of bootcamp and hikkA playing at high ping with 20% loss is why the team's performance had been a little sloppy. Despite the sloppy start, the team amped up in the recent times, they bagged in two consecutive tournament victories around 10 days ago.
However, yesterday in the Upper Bracket Quarter Finals of TEC Challenger Series, the roster fell short against team Tryouts with a scoreline of 1-2. This might have given the push for the longing decision from the organisation to release the roster.
Psy goes on to say in the post that, the players will stay intact as a team despite the removal of the brand and are actively looking for a sponsor/organisation.