Bhogle is expected to provide insights to the company. Additionally, he will work to connect the company with global cricket fans
Singapore-headquartered Cricket based social experience platform, Bowled.io, has added cricket expert and commentator Harsha Bhogle as a strategic investor in the company.
According to a company statement, Bhogle is expected to provide insights to the company. Additionally, he will work to connect the company with global cricket fans. He will be partnering with several international cricketers and assisting the firm to develop new formats of cricket-based games on the platform.
Launched in March 2022, the company claims to allow its users to discover and play games and own in-game assets, compete in tournaments and reap social and economic benefits. According to its statement, its system is backed by blockchain technology.
Talking about the latest development, Rahul Singh, the co-founder and CEO of the company, said, “Straight drive is the same, whether it is Meerut or Melbourne or Manchester. We started with a mission to bring together cricket lovers from all over the world through the power of sports, gaming and social engagement.”
“Bowled.io is the go-to platform for cricket lovers providing an immersive and 360-degree experience for cricket fans to connect, compete, and share their passion for the sport. We are excited to add Harsha as a brand ambassador and strategic investor. His expertise and understanding of the sports ecosystem will help us grow Bowled.io and connect with sports fans globally,” he added.
“Strategy-based games have always piqued my interest since they let people compete with one another and get more involved. I was drawn in by the prospect of working with youthful, zealous team of cricket enthusiasts and their new take on cricket. I expect prolonged and exploratory journey with this fantastic young team,” Bhogle added.
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