Dream11 focuses on digital fantasy sports. The company provides a platform where users can create virtual teams of real sports players and compete in various sports games, including cricket, football, kabaddi, basketball, hockey, volleyball, handball, rugby, futsal, American football, and baseball. The performance of these virtual teams is based on the real-life performance of the players, and users can win points and cash prizes based on this. It primarily serves the digital sports industry. It was formerly known as Dream Sports. It was founded in 2007 and is based in Mumbai, India.
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Nov 30, 2023
PhonePe says Indus AppStore will provide a 'fair and level playing field' for developers to list and promote their apps. 30 Nov 2023, 11:50 AM IST 30 Nov 2023, 11:50 AM IST WhatsApp Save Born out of PhonePe's IndusOS acquisition in July 2022, the Indus AppStore is designed for India, and will be available in 12 languages. (Source: Company) Major Indian game developers have joined PhonePe's Indus AppStore, which the fintech giant has pegged as an alternative to Google Play's Android monopoly. "Dream11, Nazara Technologies, A23, MPL, Junglee Rummy, Taj Rummy, Rummy Passion, RummyCulture, RummyTime and CardBaazi have partnered with the Indus Appstore," the company said in a statement on Thursday.Born out of PhonePe's IndusOS acquisition in July 2022, the Indus AppStore is ... Major Indian game developers have joined PhonePe's Indus AppStore, which the fintech giant has pegged as an alternative to Google Play's Android monopoly. "Dream11, Nazara Technologies, A23, MPL, Junglee Rummy, Taj Rummy, Rummy Passion, RummyCulture, RummyTime and CardBaazi have partnered with the Indus Appstore," the company said in a statement on Thursday. Born out of PhonePe's IndusOS acquisition in July 2022, the Indus AppStore is designed for India, and will be available in 12 languages. The platform has promised app listings to be free for the first year and zero commission for in-app payments, something that has been a thorn between Google and Indian app developers. It will also provide a "fair and level playing field" for developers to list, distribute and promote their products in the Indian app ecosystem, PhonePe said. “Partnering with Indus Appstore will open avenues to reach newer audience for Gameskraft. Their ingenious video-led app discovery experience will help spark a significant wave of awareness for our apps. We are looking forward to being part of India's first appstore and reaching a wider audience," said Pratik Sahu, assistant vice president of marketing at Gameskraft, the publisher of RummyCulture and Pocket52, among other games. ALSO READ
Dream11 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Dream11 founded?
Dream11 was founded in 2007.
Where is Dream11's headquarters?
Dream11's headquarters is located at One Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai.
What is Dream11's latest funding round?
Dream11's latest funding round is Series F.
How much did Dream11 raise?
Dream11 raised a total of $1.165B.
Who are the investors of Dream11?
Investors of Dream11 include Footpath Ventures, Tiger Global Management, D1 Capital Partners, TPG Capital, Alpha Wave Global and 12 more.
Who are Dream11's competitors?
Competitors of Dream11 include Fantasy Akhada, Hitwicket, Games24x7, Mobile Premier League, HalaPlay and 7 more.
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