North American organisation Noble Esports has appointed Jeremy “Lambzy” McLamb as its CEO upon his return.
McLamb, a Co-founder and the former COO of Noble Esports, rejoins the organisation after initially leaving to pursue other projects in May 2015.
Jeremy said that he aims “to elevate the organization to new heights in 2020” in a statement posted on Noble Esports’ website.
He continued: “Back in May of 2015, I originally left Noble for the opportunity to work on some amazing projects such as Simplicity Esports where I previously worked as the General Manager and helped to take the company public on the stock market. […] Close to 5 years later, I come back with experience, growth, and passion to help Noble, as well as the industry, grow to the best it can be.”
Jeremy also confirmed that Bermuda, an organisation he owns which competes in Overwatch Contenders, will be playing under the Noble Esports banner henceforth. Bermuda will continue to operate under the same management team.
McLamb added: “This upcoming year, the management team and I hope to showcase our knowledge and our creativity. The work ethic of my staff and players are unrivaled, and we intend to take the competition by storm.”
Esports Insider says: With both Jeremy and Noble Esports having grown substantially since the pair parted ways, a reunion could prove to be in the best interests of both. ESI wishes all parties the best of luck!