The fantasy gaming new businesses have gotten exponential development as far as client base and commitment in the recent years. Detecting this opportunity. The developing business sector of fantasy sports in India may before long have another and odd contestant: ShareChat. They accept this will assist them with monetising their previously existing user base. The social network application, which in August a year ago brought $100 million up in a financing round drove by Twitter, has built up a fantasy sports application and has been trying it for a half year, two sources acquainted with the issue told TechCrunch. Jeet11 has been in testing mode for the past six months, and has amassed over 120,000 registered users. As of now, the app is only available on the web and through APK for android users.
Like other fantasy gaming stages, Jeet11 permits betting under authentic guideline by the Supreme Court which has arranged it as an skill based game. It is played by utilizing sports information and skills where clients make their group and gain focuses dependent on the presentation of picked payers, in actuality, matches.
Like ShareChat, Jeet11 will also target the dialect audience. Besides English and Hindi, the app is available in 13 regional languages including, Marathi, Gujarati, Bangla, and Rajasthani. ShareChat, which has been investigating approaches to familiarise its 60 million or more clients and posted lost about $58 million on no income in the money related year finishing March 31, that is definitely not music to the ears. As of late, the startup, which serves clients in excess of twelve nearby dialects, has been exploring different avenues regarding advertisements. ShareChat has raised about $223 million.