Dream Sports

MUMBAI: Dream Sports-owned premier digital sports destination FanCode has made its biggest sports play to date - entering into a four-year broadcast partnership with Cricket West Indies. 

Financial terms were not disclosed.  

For Sony Pictures Networks India, which was the incumbent rights holder of West Indies cricket, this is the second "major" Test playing board that it has "let go" in the recent past. In November 2020, Star India acquired broadcast rights for Cricket South Africa till 2024.  

Mar 24, 2021 17:03
MUMBAI: Dream Sports, parent company of India's leading fantasy sports platform Dream11, has raised $400 million in a new financing round. With this funding, which didn’t include issuance of any new shares, Dream Sports is now valued at an incredible $4 billion+, just six months after it raised $225 million at a $2.5 billion valuation.
Mar 18, 2021 17:03
NEW DELHI: Dream Sports Foundation (DSF), the philanthropic arm of Dream Sports, one of India’s leading sports technology companies, Thursday announced a partnership with the Mary Kom Regional Boxing Foundation (MKRBF) to support six talented and budding female boxers from Imphal. 
Dec 18, 2020 18:12
MUMBAI: Dream Sports, parent company of India's leading fantasy sports platform Dream11, has appointed Paroma Roy Chowdhury, who just this month resigned as Softbank's senior director of Asia communications and public affairs, to the newly-created role of chief communications and advocacy officer.
Sep 18, 2020 15:09
MUMBAI: Close on the heels of fantasy sports platform Dream11's parent company Dream Sports raising $225 million in primary and secondary investment, Mobile Premier League (MPL) has reportedly closed $75 million in fresh financing led by SIG Global India Fund.
Sep 18, 2020 15:09
MUMBAI: FanCode, India’s first multi-sport aggregator platform by Dream Sports, has exclusively partnered with Bundesliga International, a subsidiary of the DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga (DFL), to show Bundesliga action every single week.
Sep 16, 2020 17:09
MUMBAI: Close on the heels of raising $225 million in primary and secondary investment, sports technology company Dream Sports, parent firm of fantasy gaming platform Dream11, is reportedly in talks to acquire Bengaluru-based e-sports platform SoStronk. Moneycontrol, which reported on the development, could not offer clarity on the exact size of the SoStronk deal.
Sep 14, 2020 16:09
MUMBAI: Sports technology company Dream Sports, which has fantasy sports platform Dream11, multisports aggregator platform FanCode and sports accelerator program DreamX in its portfolio, has raised $225 million in primary and secondary investment led by Tiger Global Management, TPG Tech Adjacencies (TTAD), ChrysCapital and Footpath Ventures at a reported valuation of over $2.5 billion.
Jul 10, 2020 20:07
MUMBAI: India's leading fantasy sports platform Dream11, which is also a major sponsor of the Indian Premier League (IPL), has come under scrutiny after the BCCI’s anti-corruption unit (ACU) provided inputs to Punjab police questioning the role of the platform's sister firm FanCode, a streaming website that live broadcast the Uva T20 League shown as being held in Sri Lanka but actually played at a local club ground in Sawar
Jul 07, 2020 17:07
MUMBAI: Leading Indian sports technology company Dream Sports, with brands such as Dream11, FanCode, DreamX and DreamSetGo in its portfolio, has been ranked 7th in India’s Great Mid-size Workplaces 2020 by the Great Place to Work Institute, making it the only sports tech company to be featured in the list.
May 05, 2020 18:05
MUMBAI: Indian sports technology company Dream Sports, parent company of Dream11, FanCode and DreamX, has appointed Devneet (Dev) Bajaj as chief corporate development officer.