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JetSynthesys: JetSynthesys acquires mobile game developer Nautilus Mobile

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Digital entertainment and technology company has announced the 100% acquisition of mobile game development studio Nautilus Mobile, the creator of the Real Cricket franchise.
JetSynthesys claims that it comes with a foothold in the cricket community globally. Through an exclusive joint venture with Sachin Tendulkar, the company has created properties like Sachin Saga Cricket Champions, a mobile game, also available in a VR version, that lets users play as the legendary Master Blaster; and 100MB, a social community that brings Sachin fans together on a common platform.
The acquisition of Nautilus Mobile sets the company on track to expand this audience significantly over the next 24 months. This also brings together JetSynthesys’ celebrity cricket ecosystem of cricket fans in its interest-based communities. The company also recently announced an exclusive partnership with WWE to launch WWE Racing Showdown, a vehicular combat game
Commenting on the acquisition, Rajan Navani, vice chairman & managing director, JetSynthesys, said, “The acquisition of Nautilus Mobile expands our community further and solidifies our position at the forefront of skill-based cricket gaming across the world. With the online gaming industry skyrocketing, the acquisition also sets the ball rolling on our plan to deepen our foray into cricket eSports. We will be announcing a host of exciting tournaments over the next 12 months leading up to the much-awaited T20 Cricket World Cup to engage with this expansive community of 100 Mn gamers that we’ve brought together.”

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