Nimish Raut provides advice as the head of Global esports Partnerships and Business Development.
Nimish Raut has been named the Head of Global esports Partnerships and Business Development at South Asia's top esports organisation, NODWIN Gaming. Nimish will report to Akshat Rathee, the Managing Director of NODWIN Gaming, and will be based in Singapore. He will be responsible for global partnerships, business development, and media rights for all NODWIN properties around the world.
Nimish Raut has over 15 years of professional experience in sports and esports, having worked for organizations such as Star Sports, where he oversaw strategy for new sports, and Red Bull India, where he was previously the head of sports marketing. He began his esports career at Redbull, then moved on to Riot Games (Southeast Asia) to play League of Legends. As the India lead for Fnatic (one of the world's premier esports teams), Nimish has been actively involved in accelerating the growth of esports in India over the last few years.
It’s exciting to have Nimish on board given his vast experience with key players in the industry. He has a high-spirited persona about him. I have known him for over a decade and he shares my passion for transforming esports and we have strong faith in his capabilities to build valuable partnerships for NODWIN.said Akshat Rathee, MD & Co-Founder, NODWIN Gaming.
Nimish Raut, Global esports Partnerships & Business Development Consultant, NODWIN Gaming stated, “I’m personally excited to be a part of a driving force that is NODWIN Gaming.
The value that NODWIN brings to the developing world esports market is massive and I’m in line with their vision and plan of action. I am very excited of joining forces with Akshat again and bringing substantial value to the esports ecosystem.”
Nimish is personally committed to attracting direct interest and investment from the traditional sports and entertainment industries to the esports industry. Nimish has already achieved ground-breaking agreements for NODWIN Gaming with companies like Gillette, OnePlus, HP, and Red Bull, and he plans to keep it going.