The current roster of Galaxy Esports Galaxy Esports Inactive has split from the Indian organization due to payment delays, according to an announcement from team manager Divyanshu "LONE" Singh after their win against BLEED BLEED Asia-Pacific Rank #10 in the Stage 2 MY/SG: Challengers Playoffs. The team is set to return as No Namers No Namers Asia-Pacific Rank # .
According to Galaxy Esports owner and founder Starkyy, the reason for the delay in payment was because the organization had difficulty seeking out a new method of paying its players. In India, according to Starkyy, PayPal would deduct some of the team's payments in the form of taxes and transaction charges, which he attempted to work around by moving the team's payments over to Wise. Following complications and delays in getting the money processed and to the players, the team made its decision to split from the organization.
No Namers first rose to prominence after a stellar performance in Stage 1 MY/SG: Challengers, managing to go through to the upper bracket finals against Paper Rex Paper Rex Asia-Pacific Rank #5 , before being defeated in back-to-back 2-0s against BLEED as well in the lower bracket finals, nonetheless qualifying them as MY/SG's 3rd seed coming into Stage 1 APAC: Challengers Playoffs. The team beat Fancy United Esports Fancy United Esports Asia-Pacific Rank #34 and Griffin E-Sports Griffin E-Sports Asia-Pacific Rank #44 in the play-ins on the road onto the Group Stage, but sadly were defeated by BOOM Esports BOOM Esports Asia-Pacific Rank #15 and eventually knocked out by CERBERUS Esports CERBERUS Esports Asia-Pacific Rank #42 .
Afterward, the team was signed by Galaxy Esports and was invited to MY/SG Stage 2's group stage, where they finished as the 4th seed. After their win against BLEED, No Namers is set to face Paper Rex for another qualification into Stage 2 APAC: Challengers Playoffs.