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[Funding alert] Online Gaming Platform Let’s Game Now Raises around USD 190K Funding From Shuru-Up’s Digital Platform

Let's Game Now, an online gaming platform, has raised roughly $190,000 USD in a fundraising roundvia Shuru-Up's digital platform.

Let’s Game Now, an online gaming platform, has raised roughly $190,000 USD in a fundraising round via Shuru-Up’s digital platform.

An online gaming portal called Let’s Game Now was founded by a group of casual players who wanted to hold online competitions for other players who shared their interests. In addition to many other titles, the portal regularly offers both free and paid online competitions for Valorant (solo and squad), Call of Duty Mobile (Squad), Dota 2 (solo mid and team), and many more. Let’s Game Now is among India’s fastest-growing gaming portals.

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“We were already providing game recording and highlights, a novel addition to the industry. We successfully integrated this feature into our educational games. Educational games are an effective means of acquiring new and intricate concepts. With the rise of online learning and smart schools, this facet of online gaming is poised for substantial growth” says Santanu Basu, Founder of Let’s Game Now.

Launched in 2013, Let’s Game Now co-hosted Asia’s longest-running E-sports football competition (AFGC), including 18 countries. In 2019, they proudly hosted the Indian edition of Virtual Bundesliga and Roland Garros. In an effort to expand their gaming services and draw in more dedicated players, Let’s Game Now was established in 2019. Customers can review their games on the platform and with India’s first AI programme.

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Let’s Game Now made its way into games-based learning after making a name for itself in the sector. An innovative approach called “game-based learning” employs computer games as instructional tools.

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