mobile gaming

List of Top 10 Casual Mobile Gaming Startups in India

India’s online gaming market is expected to reach $1 billion by 2021 and the number of people playing online games

B2B e-marketplace Pumpkart bags an undisclosed amount of funding from CII chairman Dinesh Dua

Online gaming platform Rein Games raises INR 5 cr from MEMG, Titan Capital, other individual investors

Rein Games, an online gaming platform, has bagged INR 5 crore in a seed round from Ranjan Pai’s Manipal Education

Symbo acquires B2B reinsurance platform ReLeague

Skill gaming space Junglee Games acqui-hires Algorin TechLabs to increase presence in Bengaluru

Pumping its position in the skill gaming space and ready to provide strong presence for the company in Bengaluru, US-based

Drone startup Asteria Aerospace bags INR 23.12 cr from Reliance Industries

IP Ventures back gaming platform SoStronk; invests an undisclosed amount of funding

SoStronk, an esports gaming platform, has raised an undisclosed amount from IP Ventures. “We’re really excited to partner with IPV


Weekly Funding report (19- 24 August): Indian startup ecosystem bags $70 million funding in third week of August across 16 deals

The third week of August was in a good shape for the Indian startup ecosystem. Whether it was a massive


Mumbai-based gaming startup Nazara invests ₹44 cr in media platform Sportskeeda

Nazara Technologies, a gaming platform, based out of Mumbai, has infused ₹44 crore for a 67 per cent stake in


Kolkata-based Ability Games buys an undisclosed stake in Yudiz Solutions

Ability Games, a Kolkata-based gaming platform, has acquired an undisclosed stake in Yudiz Solutions, a development company, based out of


Naspers in talks to invest upto $100 Million in Mumbai-based Dream11

South African internet group Naspers, is reportedly, in talks to buy a stake for about $100 million (approx ₹713 crore)

Lightbox invests $8 million in customized apparel brand Bombay Shirt Company through series B round

Delhi-based BalleBaazi raises $4 million in series A round from two private equity funds

BalleBaazi, a Delhi-based online fantasy gaming platform, has raised $4 million (approx ₹28 crore) in Series A funding round from


Paytm First Games, Alibaba’s AGTech hold talks to bag $25 million from SAIF Partners, others

Paytm First Games, subsidiary of Paytm, India’s widely used, digital payment platform, and AGTech, owned by Alibaba, a Chinese e-commerce