True Rippers Epsorts

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True Rippers Epsorts
True Rippers Black Transparent Logo.png
Private
ISIN🆔
IndustryEsports
Founded 📆2018
Founders 👔
  • Yashwanth AR
  • Kiran G
Headquarters 🏙️Bangalore, KA,
India
Area served 🗺️
Key people
  • CEO: Yashwanth A R
  • Co Founder: Kiran G
Revenue🤑 ₹10 Million
Members
Number of employees
Divisions
🌐 Websitewww.truerippers.com
📇 Address
📞 telephone

True Rippers Esports, or simply TR, is a Indian professional esports organization focus on competitive esports and content creators based out of Bangalore, India. It has rosters in Call of Duty: Mobile, BGMI, Free Fire, Valorant, FIFA and a number of streamers and content creators on the platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, Loco.

History[edit]

The organization was founded by Yashwanth AR and Kiran G in 2018 and was later incorporated in October, 2020.[1]

True Rippers Esports first entered into competitive scene with PUBG: Mobile division, with its first roster in early 2018, but was later disbanded due to ban of the PUBG: Mobile game in India. Later it ventured into the COD: Mobile competitive scene in 2020. Further on the organization would expand into PC gaming with its Valorant roster. It also expanded in picking up a FIFA roster for the console division. It established a Gaming Bootcamp in Bangalore, and later expanded into Content House for creators as well, one of the biggest bootcamp in India.

Current Divisions[edit]

Call of Duty: Mobile[edit]

True Rippers Esports signed Call of Duty: Mobile Team[2]. The team represented in Stage 4 and later qualified for Stage 5 of COD Mobile World Championship.[3]

Current roster[edit]

True Rippers Esports Call of Duty: Mobile roster
Players Coaches
Handle Name Nationality
Techno  Bangaru, Sidardh   India 
FAKEZ  Negi, Vivan   India 
Mystic  PS, Pradhan   India 
Ghost  Varshan, C. Glenn   India 
Prizzm  Khan, Sameer   India 
Abhiz  Nagar, Abhishek   India 
Head coach

Yoo "F10W3R" Min-woo[4]


Legend
  • (I) Inactive
  • (S) Suspended
  • Substitute player Substitute
  • Injured Injury/Illness

Latest roster transaction: Mar 10, 2021.

Battlegrounds Mobile India[edit]

On 10 Feb 2022, True Rippers Esports signed Battlegrounds Mobile India Team.

Current roster[edit]

True Rippers Esports BGMI roster
Players Coaches
Handle Name Nationality
Flick  Lalbiakzuala   India 
Jacoboy  Mangson, Kamzalian   India 
ISO  Lallawmzuala   India 
ReVerseX  Lalhnemzova, Edwin   India 
Nirvana  Lalkhawngaihsanga   India 
Head coach

Unnath "Deathrill" Hegde


Legend
  • (I) Inactive
  • (S) Suspended
  • Substitute player Substitute
  • Injured Injury/Illness

Latest roster transaction: Feb 10, 2022.

Valorant[edit]

On 1 May 2021, TR ventured into Valorant competitive scene by signing Kasif "Paradox" Sayyed, Pruthvi "RelliK" Rathod, Varun "Mast3r" Menon, Sahil "1TaPGoD" Duble and Gaurav "CrosshaiR" Chabukswar to their Valorant roster.[5] TR Valorant roster is one of the top 5 team in the Indian region.[6] The roster also qualified till semi-finals of Nodwin VCC 2022.[7]

Current roster[edit]

True Rippers Esports Valorant roster
Players Coaches
Handle Name Nationality
Paradox  Sayyed, Kasif   India 
1TapGod  Duble, Sahil   India 
Crosshair  Chabukswar, Gaurav   India 
Mast3r  Menon, Varun   India 
Rellik  Rathod, Pruthvi   India 
Bones  Kadam, Kaustabh   India 
Head coach
  • Vacant

Legend
  • (I) Inactive
  • (S) Suspended
  • Substitute player Substitute
  • Injured Injury/Illness

Latest roster transaction: May 10, 2021.

FIFA[edit]

True Rippers Esports signed FIFA Team, which includes experienced National level players such as lokmanyu & xSagnik_.[8]

Current roster[edit]

True Rippers Esports FIFA roster
Players Coaches
Handle Name Nationality
lokmanyu  Chaturvedi, Lokmanyu   India 
xSagnik_  Banerjee, Sagnik   India 
Head coach
  • Vacant

Legend
  • (I) Inactive
  • (S) Suspended
  • Substitute player Substitute
  • Injured Injury/Illness

Latest roster transaction: Nov 10, 2021.

Former divisions[edit]

Free Fire[edit]

True Rippers Esports signed Free Fire Roster in 2021 and was later disbanded. The team participated in ESPL 2021.[9]

References[edit]

  1. "TRUE RIPPERS ESPORTS LLP - Company, directors and contact details | Zauba Corp". www.zaubacorp.com. Retrieved 2022-03-02.
  2. "True Rippers Esports". Liquipedia Call of Duty Wiki. Retrieved 2022-03-02.
  3. shwetangparthsarthy. ""Proud to represent India in Stage 4"- Top Indian COD: Mobile teams talk about their journey in the World Championship". www.sportskeeda.com. Retrieved 2022-03-04.
  4. "F10W3R". Liquipedia Call of Duty Wiki. Retrieved 2022-03-02.
  5. "True Rippers Esports". Liquipedia VALORANT Wiki. Retrieved 2022-03-02.
  6. Kumar, Adarsh J. ""We might be top 5 in India": Paradox on True Rippers' preparation for Valorant Champions Tour 2022". www.sportskeeda.com. Retrieved 2022-03-04.
  7. Chakladar, Rishab. "Global Esports vs True Rippers: Valorant Conquerors Championship India Qualifier 1 semi-final prediction, head-to-head, livestream details, and more". www.sportskeeda.com. Retrieved 2022-03-04.
  8. "FIFA True Rippers Esports". fifa.gg. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  9. DelhiJuly 19, India Today Web Desk New; July 19, 2021UPDATED; Ist, 2021 14:58. "ESPL 2021 Level 1 Group C Day 1 ends: Money Heist, 4K, Black Diamond, RNX-OBT, True Rippers, Blackops claim 1st place". India Today. Retrieved 2022-03-04.

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