Game Theory Secures $2 Million Investment & the Belagavi Connect

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By uday

Real sports gaming platform Game Theory has successfully raised $2 million in a Pre-Series A funding round. The funding comes from a variety of sources, including Rainmatter, a start-up accelerator fund founded by Zerodha, Indian tennis player Rohan Bopanna, WEH Ventures, Prequate Advisory, and angel investors like Balakrishna Adiga.

Game Theory’s co-founders, Sukrut Gejji (COO), Saket Gejji (CTO), and Sudeep Kulkarni (CEO), all hail from St. Paul’s High School in Belagavi. While Sudeep had a shorter tenure at St. Paul’s, Saket and Sukrut completed their SSLC education at St. Paul’s School in Belagavi.

The funding will be used to further develop Game Theory’s technology, with a focus on building skill-based matchmaking, establishing coaching products, and expanding the reach of smart sporting facilities across the country. The ultimate goal is to bring the joy of playing sports back into people’s lives.

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(L-R) Sukrut Gejji, COO, Sudeep Kulkarni, CEO and Saket Gejji CTO

Game Theory’s fully-integrated technology platform offers several innovative features, including real-time scorekeeping, captivating video highlights, pro-sports-like stats, and on-court matchmaking. These features enhance the overall user experience and set Game Theory apart from other sports gaming platforms.

This successful fundraising round is just the beginning for Game Theory. It marks the start of a transformation in everyday sports through the power of technology. The company is grateful to all those who have been part of this journey and extends its cheers and heartfelt thanks.

Looking ahead, Game Theory plans to expand its reach by increasing the number of centers. In addition to existing sports like badminton, swimming, and squash, the company will soon introduce tennis, table tennis, and football. It also aims to offer new sports experiences, such as pickleball and paddle tennis, to engage users in exciting ways.

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