Indian Cricketer Sachin Tendulkar Invested $2 Million in Gaming and Technology firm JetSynthesys: Sachin Tendulkar, the legendary Indian batsman, recently made a $2 million investment in JetSynthesys. JetSynthesys is a technology company with a global presence in gaming, digital entertainment, and social community platforms. Tendulkar’s relationship with JetSynthesys is strengthened by the investment, which comes after the two cricket games Sachin Saga Cricket Champions and Sachin Saga VR were developed together.
“My relationship with JetSynthesys dates back over five years. We began our voyage with Sachin Saga Cricket Champions and topped it off with a one-of-a-kind Virtual Reality cricket experience. With over 20 million downloads, it is one of the most popular games in its genre. 100 MB, a first-of-its-kind internet destination for all things cricket, was our next offering.
The goal of this partnership when it started was to provide an authentic gaming experience for cricket fans all over the world; now, I’ve been informed that the team is looking to broaden its scope to include more cross-category digital products and platforms “, said former Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar.
“Sachin joined the JetSynthesys family in 2016, and our relationship has only gotten stronger since then. We expect Sachin to become an even more important member of the JetSynthesys family as a result of this investment. As we construct a global new-age digital media entertainment and sports platform, we’re happy to have a Bharat Ratna onboard, a man with strong principles and an iconic Indian and global brand. Sachin’s long-term support demonstrates his belief in our mission, and together, we intend to touch more lives across the country while also strengthening JetSynthesys’ position in India’s digital ecosystem “, stated Rajan Navani, Jetsynthesys’ VC and MD.
The Start-Up, situated in Pune, works across three verticals—gaming, digital entertainment, and interest-based social community platforms—and uses advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning skills to help the country’s digital ecosystem expand. JetSynthesys, one of the first entrants into the e-sports business, owns a 50% share in Nodwin Gaming, India’s largest e-sports company. Apart from cricket and e-sports, the business has also collaborated with WWE to create WWE Racing Showdown, a high-octane vehicle combat game.