- Indian commentator, Harsha Bhogle to pick up stakes in online gaming platform Fantasy Akhada.
- Fantasy Akhada allows users to play games like cricket and football and win exciting prizes and money.
- The company has not disclosed the amount of investment made by Harsha Bhogle.
The voice of cricket and the Indian commentator Harsha Bhogle to pick up stakes in online gaming platform Fantasy Akhada.
Fantasy Akhada is a platform that allows users to play games like cricket and football and win exciting prizes and money. The startup Fantasy Akhada founded by Amit Purohit in January 2020.
So far the startup has raised more than $175,000 (Rs 1 Crore 28 lakhs) through angel investors for the marketing and development of its platform.
The onboarding of the Harsha Bhogle investment will boost up the subscribers and platform growth. said, The founder Amit Purohit.
“A very emotional day for the entire team FantasyAkhada & a complete fanboy moment for me personally! Here’s hoping for an “unbeaten opening stand” with the legendary Harsh Bhogle.” Amit Purohit Tweeted.
Furthermore, the company has not disclosed the amount of the investment made by Harsha Bhogle.
“Besides the growth potential, I like to work with young people who want to make a difference in society with their energy. I was comfortable with people involved in Fantasy Akhada hence I decided to make an investment in the platform,” Bhogle said.
Fantasy Sports has always interested me as it allows fans to be more engaged in the game. Very excited to announce my partnership with Fantasy Akhada, an initiative for hardcore sports fans. Harsha tweeted on Twitter.
Moreover, The company claims that the platform is successful in getting the 8 lakh registered users since the launch of the platform. It was also claimed that the platform has generated over 100%+ growth during the COVID-19 lockdown.
“The company ‘Focus on Customer Delight’ is our No. 1 priority and we aim to provide sports fans in India with a platform where they can enjoy sports and fantasy sports like never before”. said, Amit Purohit