Ocean Sharma, the popular esports caster and content creator, has parted ways with Orange Rock Esports. He was a part of Orange Rock for a long time and represented the brand on their content side of things. The esports organization has made some big changes to their esports front in the recent times and this is yet another big move on their content creators’ lineup.
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Orange Rock esports and Ocean Sharma have been together for more than a year and he was signed as a content creator by this organization. Ocean Sharma has always been proactive in the PUBG Mobile community and his analytical skills caught an eye of officials as well as viewers.
Ocean Sharma and his skills to highlight key points during the matches landed him on the caster as well as analyst desk on several occasions before PUBG Mobile was banned in India. Orange Rock brought him under their wing and he started boasting the Orange emblem on his back during several official tournaments.
His content creation career kickstarted on YouTube after he uploaded clips of his gameplay but then, Ocean transitioned into a new form of content which focused on the analytical side of the game. He focused on the technicalities which led to a big play and this skill gained him an irreplaceable position.
He was a part of some Orange Rock interview videos as well as their other series as a host. After PUBG Mobile was banned, Ocean transitioned into Valorant casting and has been featured in several Nodwin Gaming tournaments as a caster.
This departure has left Ocean Sharma as a free agent in the community and we might see some other organization signing him in their talent roster.