The popularity of sports games is exploding with the help of dream11, which has grown from less than one million users in 2014 to more than 80 million in 2019. This fantasy sports game allows people to participate in contests based on real-world sporting events. Dream11 automatically generates and promotes contests with as few as two participants to as many as millions of people. This way, anyone can participate in a fantasy contest that focuses on any sport, including football, basketball, tennis, and baseball.
It is India’s biggest
Dream11 is the largest fantasy football game in India. Users choose their team before the match and then select their favorite players. As the game progresses, they earn points, and their team’s rank will be revealed at the end of the game. This game is free, and the service is available for both PC and mobile devices. The company began gaining popularity in India towards the end of 2014, when Jain secured funding from Kalaari Capital. Jain was introduced to Kalaari Capital by Snapdeal co-founder Kunal Bahl.
Dream11 is the biggest fantasy sports game in India, with more than 10 crore users. It helps Indian sports fans demonstrate their knowledge and expertise by creating a virtual team of real-life players. They can then earn points based on the performance of these players on the field. Dream11 is one of several brands from Dream Sports. Others include FanCode, DreamX, DreamSetGo, and DreamX. Dream11 is the first fantasy sports game in the world to be recognized by the Guinness World Records.
It has more than 100 million users
In 2016, Dream11 announced that it would have more than 75 million registered users by 2020. Because of the pandemic, these users canceled their matches and revenue dropped. But this didn’t stop the company from registering more than 100 million users in 2020. While the numbers post-Covid have increased substantially, the numbers are still just about 80% of what they were pre-pandemic. So, how did Dream11 get so many users in such a short period?
Co-founders Amit Jain and Bhavith Sheth have been involved in many ventures, including a digital agency called Red Digital. Jain, a graduate of Mumbai’s DJ Sanghvi, also obtained an MBA from Harvard Business School. Dream11 started out with an ad-based model and a season-long format, but this didn’t catch on. So, the duo switched to a daily match format and expanded their user base to more than 100 million users.
It has partnered with ICC
For cricket fans who love fantasy games, this partnership is exciting news. The partnership between Dream11 and the International Cricket Council (ICC) will run till 2023, and will bring the billion-plus fans of cricket closer together. The ICC is the governing body of the game, and Dream11 hopes the partnership will create a more exciting fantasy cricket experience. But before that happens, let’s look at what it means for Dream11 users.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) is a global governing body of cricket and has secured a naming rights partner in the fantasy cricket website Dream11. The fantasy sports website has also secured exclusive rights to broadcast ICC tournaments in India and surrounding countries. The ICC is excited to partner with Dream11 and hope it can make the game more accessible to the masses. Ultimately, it will help to grow the game, which will be good for everyone involved.
It has partnered with FIH
This year, the Dream11 Company is partnering with various sports organizations. It has become the official manager of the IPL fantasy game. Last year, Dream11 was found to be responsible for a fake T20 league, where a match near Mohali, Punjab was televised as if it were being played in Sri Lanka. The BCCI’s Anti-Corruption Unit discovered the company’s logo on the player’s kits. Dream11 also partnered with BBL and ICC. It has also introduced two new games – cricket and mixed martial arts.
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) and Dream11 have signed a four-year partnership deal. In return, Dream11 will develop and operate official fantasy games of FIH tournaments and events. The agreement between the two sides will help FIH reach its goals of global expansion and bringing more fans to the sport. The FIH’s first official fantasy game will launch in 2019.