Team iNSANE join hands with Numen Esports and Gaming for talent management services

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Indian esports organisation Team iNSANE has partnered with Numen Esports and Gaming for management services related to talent and gaming. Considering the rosters from Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) and Free Fire, the Indian organisation have found a spot for themselves in competitive gaming by gathering some highly skilled players from across the nation.

Team iNSANE Esports has some famous Indian esports players on the roster such as Jazzyy, Aadi, Mac, Sayyam, Tsunami and Param, among many more. The teams have performed strongly in many elite gaming and esports tournaments such as Nodwin x Loco All Stars Invitational 2022, the BGMI Masters Series 2022, LOCO War of Glory: Grand Finals 2021 and Skyesports Mobile Open 2021, among other competitions.

Regarding the partnership, Debojyoti “David” Dey, the founder and CEO of Team iNSANE Esports, stated that their main objective is to innovate and become a large open platform teams and also boost opportunities in India’s gaming industry. He also said that working together with Numen is an assurance that the business would be heading in a creative environment.

“Our main aim is to innovate and become one of the largest open platform teams and increase opportunities in the Indian gaming industry,” Dey was quoted as saying by “By working together with Numen Esports and Gaming, we are assured that the business will be running in a creative environment and achieve great things.”

Manoj George, the CEO and co-founder of Numen Esports and Gaming, said that the company are looking forward to working with Team iNSANE Esports and also representing the company. He added their focus on creativity with a  roster consisting skillful gamers, makes them an exciting brand.

“We are looking forward to working with and representing Team iNSANE Esports. The vision and focus on innovation and creativity, combined with a roster full of talented gamers, makes it an exciting esports brand for us to collaborate with,” said George.