Games24x7 Gets Former Twitter Senior Engineer on Board

As the domestic online gaming market expands, the industry has the strength to attract the world’s top talent in preparation for global expansion.

In a joint statement, Games24x7 co-founders and CEOs Bhavin Pandya and Trivikraman Thampy announced that they had been able to bring former Twitter executive Alex Roetter into the microblogging and social media service as an advisor. “Alex is an exceptional technologist, with a remarkable body of work, in all organizations. As Games24x7 expands its portfolio, client base and moves into international markets, we are very excited to have such a stellar leader join us as an advisor. His experience and guidance will be invaluable to our organization, ”said Pandya and Thampy.

Alex Roetter graduated from Stanford University and began his career at New York’s Laufer Wind Group as Director of Engineering. Between 2002 and 2009 he worked at Google as a software engineer. In 2010, he moved to Twitter and held various positions at the company’s global headquarters in San Francisco, ending up as senior vice president in charge of engineering and operations. His last position was Managing Director and General Partner at Moxxie Ventures, a private equity and venture capital company based in the San Francisco Bay Area, California.

Games24x7, a recognized leader among India’s online skill game companies, owns a comprehensive and comprehensive portfolio of games hosted on popular company platforms including RummyCircle, Carrom, online fantasy cricket league My11Circle and also The ever-expanding collection of casual games at Ultimate Games.

The ‘Science of the Game’ has propelled Games24x6 as a technological pioneer that has specialized in behavioral science, data analysis and Artificial Intelligence to develop games. The company is headquartered in Mumbai, but has offices around the world: Bengaluru, Kiev from Ukraine, and Philadelphia and Miami from the US Investors backing the gaming company include top venture capital traders, Tiger Global and Raine Group.

The Indian gaming industry looks to the future

Not long ago, desi software engineering companies were nothing more than humble subcontractors to foreign players. By 2020, there were already more than 400 game development companies, former veterans of the outsourcing era and startups, who were busy creating localized content. As a result, gambling or fantasy sites like PureWin and casino apps now feature authentic design genres, themes and graphics, as well as local language support.

India’s national online gaming market has matched Twitter’s global user base with its 365 million players, but desi game developers already see it as too small for their ambitions. “In 2021, we entered the $ 70 billion global gaming market, concentrating on the United States. We will continue to offer personalized gaming experiences to grow internationally and nationally through our innovative games, ”said Bhavin Pandya in a recent interview with Ojasvi Nath for BW Businessworld.

The global potential of the nation’s gaming industry was recognized by Prime Minister Narendra Modi nearly a year ago. In August 2020, he broached the topic at a meeting focused on ways to boost the country’s toy manufacturing. According to Modi, India should make good use of the huge potential of the digital game scene by creating games inspired by desi culture and folk tales. He added that technology and innovation should be the main driving forces and that India should become the leader in the global digital games industry.