In January 2023, Abdusattorov took the honorable second place in the world's most prestigious “TATA STEEL CHESS” International Chess Tournament in Wijk-aan-Zee, the Netherlands.
In August 2022, Nodirbek participated in the 44th World Chess Olympiad in Chennai, India, playing at first board and getting a silver medal on his board he became the Olympic champion of the team;
Since October 2022, the international Grandmaster has started practicing chess with the 17th world champion, international Grandmaster Rustam Kasymdzhanov.
Since 2021, Abdusattorov has started practicing chess with the international Grandmaster Jahongir Vohidov;
At the World Rapid Chess Championship held in Warsaw, Poland, in December 2021, Abdusattorov defeated the world's leading chess players, including five-time world champion Magnus Carlsen from Norway, and became the youngest world champion in rapid chess in history.
At the World Youth U-16 Chess Olympiad held in Konya, Turkey, in November 2018, assigned to first board, Nodirbek became the first Olympic champion of the national team in Uzbek chess history.
ВIn 2017 Abdusattorov was awarded the Grandmaster title, the world’s second youngest Grandmaster at that time;
Since 2017, Abdusattorov has started practicing chess with the international Grandmaster Saidali Yuldashev;
In 2017 - the Asian Chess Federation in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates, awarded the title “Best Young Chess Player in Asia” to Nodirbek Abdusattorov for his victories in 2017.
In September 2016 Abdusattorov became an International Chess Master.
From January 2012 to 2016, Nodirbek was studying chess with the deceased international grandmaster Dmitry Qayumov;
In 2012, Nodirbek was awarded the FIDE Master title.
Nodirbek has started playing chess since 2008. His first chess teacher was Ravshan Shukurov. Under his guidance, Nodirbek was studying chess in 2009-2011.