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Jetsynthesys Partners With Brinc To Launch New Gaming Accelerator Program

As an anchor investor for the gaming program, JetSynthesys aims to invest around $200,000 each across more than 25 companies over a 3-year period

Jetsynthesys Partners With Brinc To Launch New Gaming Accelerator Program
Rajan Navani, founder and CEO of JetSynthesys

Outlook Start-Up Desk

POSTED ON October 31, 2023 4:20 PM

New-age digital entertainment and technology company JetSynthesys has partnered with Brinc, a venture accelerator firm, to provide operational expertise and funding support to entrepreneurs and start-ups in the gaming sector globally. JetSynthesys aims to solve problems that have been plaguing game development ecosystems locally in India and throughout the world. 

More than 25 companies will benefit from this collaboration by getting advice, mentorship, access to JetSynthesys' resources, and financial support of about $200,000, depending on their needs. 

JetSynthesys will serve as the primary investor in Brinc's latest gaming accelerator, contributing expertise in go-to-market strategies, marketing, digital community development, capital networks, talent acquisition, IP licensing, and more. This support will be offered to startups aligned with the program's key areas of focus, which include game titles and studios, Dev tools and infrastructure, as well as consumer applications, also encompassing immersive gaming, cross-platform gaming, blockchain gaming, games as a service, cloud gaming, esports, AI for gaming, and more.

Talking about this partnership, Rajan Navani, founder and CEO of JetSynthesys, said, “We have always been passionate about backing small-scale startups and entrepreneurs, especially in the gaming industry. The gaming industry is rife with opportunities, and our goal is to empower passionate entrepreneurs by providing them with the resources and mentorship they need to thrive. This collaboration is an additional stride towards our goal of enabling the global gaming sector to flourish. We look forward to working with the team at Brinc and meeting some exceptional minds through the process.”

Karan Keswani, managing director of Brinc India, said that JetSynthesys’ proven track record in accelerating startups in the gaming sector will significantly contribute to the program’s success. “We believe that combining our strengths will lead to revolutionary solutions that will redefine the industry," he noted. 

In addition to India, JetSynthesys maintains a global presence, particularly in Japan and the United States, with a strong foothold in the free-to-play gaming industry. The company is a growth partner for gaming studios seeking international expansion, with a focus on game design, production, and live operations – key skills that any young gaming company needs to grow. Its partners include gaming companies like Electronic Arts (EA), Square Enix, Bandai Namco, Sega, Konami, Take Two interactive, Krafton and more.

JetSynthesys' global team comprises of expert individuals like including Ryo Shima, Taiki Eda, James Cho, Dennis Sulivan, Hyunsu Bang, Anuj Tandon, Anuj Mankar, Sharan Tulsiani, Sarang Nafdey, Sumant Kumar, and others with diverse talents hailing from the Japanese, American, South Korean and Indian markets. Collectively, they bring over 150 years of valuable industry experience with global tech and gaming behemoths, including Krafton, Google, Microsoft, EA, Square Enix, Blizzard, Zynga, Bethesda, Gree, Wargaming and many others.

Launched in 2014, JetSynthesys is backed by Kris Gopalakrishnan, Adar Poonawalla, Sachin Tendulkar, and the multi-billion-dollar family offices of the promoters of Thermax, Triveni Group, Yohan Poonawalla Group, and DSP Group. With offices in Europe, the UK, and the US, it is part of the diversified JetLine Group of Companies, the roots of which originated in the 1930s in Bangkok, Thailand with a presence in India since 1974. 

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