Nazara plans 20 startup bets in 2020
Nazara Technologies plans to shortlist 20 technology-based gaming companies in which it will acquire strategic stake. These companies will primarily be based in India, chief executive Manish Agarwal said.
All that sax(ophone) helps Nitish Mittersain think creatively at work
The Nazara Technologies MD hopes to jam with friends at a new jazz café...
Nazara Puts Rs 83.5 crore in Paper Boat Apps
Paper Boat Apps, founded in 2013 by husbandwife duo Anupam and Anshu Dhanuka, creates edutainm...
Nazara invests Rs 7.5 crore in Qunami creator Sports Unity
Nazara has previously backed companies like Halaplay, Sportskeeda, Mastermind Sports, MoongLabs and NZ World Kenya.
Jhunjhunwala, Ambani, Dhoni & much of D-Street awaiting these big-bang IPOs
Some of these firms have strong balance sheets and credible financials to support this frenzy.
Nazara invests in regional social contest app Bakbuck
The Bakbuck Android app is available in Hindi, but plans are afoot to launch it in 10 more languages.
Payments, food delivery apps launch games to woo users
Paytm has found that more than 70% of its users play these games daily.
Nazara, Delta Corp invest Rs 40 cr in Halaplay Tech
The startup, which operates a daily fantasy sports platform and counts Kae Capital as a seed stage investor, plans to use the funds to boost its marketing and product development and expand its team.
Nazara in talks to buy firms in India, Africa
Home-grown mobile gaming company Nazara Technologies is gearing up to make a slew of acquisitions, particularly in the real money gaming space, even as the Mumbai-based company prepares for its public market debut early next year.
GoQii Founder Vishal Gondal backs gaming startup nCore; Joins as strategic advisor
While Gondal’s investment in nCore, which was founded less than year ago, is undisclosed, the transaction marks a return of sorts for him to the country’s broader gaming sector.
Nazara’s Nextwave partners with Cricket Australia to bring league to smartphones
Nazara looks to expand its cricket gaming portfolio and step up investments.
Nazara buys a stake in CrimzonCode
CrimzonCode runs Top Quiz, a quizzing game that allows players to win real money.
How Nazara changed its gameplan
In 2005, the gaming firm turned to cricket and reached out to cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar for a three-year exclusive contract. That masterstroke put Nazara on a firmer wicket
Nazara Tech enters offline VR gaming with InstaSportz deal
Nazara, which has picked up 10% stake in InstaSportz, will raise it to 26% by November with the firm likely to take a majority stake going forward.
Nazara allies with Amazon Fire TV
They want to provide localised Indian gaming experience to take Nazara’s games beyond mobile to online (TV) enabling the firm to reach out to a wider audience.
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