Esports Tournament Platform Gamerji Raises $3m

Indian esports tournament platform Gamerji has raised $3m (~£2.49m) in a Pre-Series A round.

By Shubham Dalal | Dec 1, 2022 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us


Indian esports tournament platform Gamerji has raised $3m (~£2.49m) in a Pre-Series A round.The company said the funds will be used to develop the platform in its newly launched international markets. This includes its launch plans for the MENA region as well as SEA, specifically Indonesia and the Philippines.Additionally, the platform will use the funds to develop its technology solutions and EaaS (Export as a Service).Established in 2019, Gamerji aims to ‘Bridge the Gap’ between amateur and professional gamers through various tournaments.If you need more information about Esports Tournament Platform Gamerji Raises $3m then read carefully and share with your friends.

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The platform serves up tournaments for over 22 esports titles, including CS:GO, BGMI, Call of Duty Mobile, and Clash Royale. Recently the platform announced its operations in UAE and Saudi Arabia.The investment, which brings GamerG’s total to $5m (~£4.16m), came from GVFL and Unicorn India Ventures. This is not the first time that Unicorn India Ventures has invested in the platform. Earlier this year, Gamerji’s $1.1m (~£833,497) funding round was led by the Mumbai-based early-stage fund house.

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Soham Thakar, CEO and Founder of Gamerji, commented: “[The] gaming landscape in India has changed drastically. Stakeholders and aspiring gamers are spending more time understanding the gaming industry.“This has led to rapid growth of the sector. Gamerji has made a head start and we have already launched in the Middle East. We are also in the process of rolling out to new geographies and the fresh inflow of capital will help us meet our growth targets ahead of schedule.”

Bhaskar Majumdar, Managing Partner, Unicorn India Ventures, said in a release that Gamerji’s vision is to provide “a trusted platform for amateur gamers” who aspire to become professionals in the untapped market of this sector.In the last 12 months, GamerG has grown from 1M to 4M+ users as well as serving tournaments for over 22 core eSports titles. It has also launched international operations in UAE and Saudi Arabia, where it has over 100k gamers in the region.

Gamerji’s strategy is to build a large user base in India and cater to cross-border tournaments in other regions.Currently, the platform hosts over 400 tournaments a day across 22 titles including BGMI, Free Fire Max, Call of Duty Mobile, Clash Royale, CS:GO and others.

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