Gamestacy, a mobile game studio that combines business expertise with extensive gaming knowledge to develop original mobile game IP, has set records by winning back-to-back selection in two world-class accelerators: Google Games and Newchip. These accelerators ‘will take the brand to the next level with its advanced technology’, the press release mentions.
Gamestacy is founded by Danish Sinha and funded by Sanjay Kumar, the Ex-CEO of Altran and Elior India. As a result of its selection, Gamestacy will receive mentorship and support from the widely-experienced network of industry experts from these two accelerator programs. Guidance in improving the UI/UX design and fundraising along with a development mentorship and leadership workshops are a few perks of being selected. Gamestacy will also get better networking opportunities, product featuring, and much more.
Gamestacy aims to build the next big gaming ‘metaverse’ where programs integrated within their games will aid users get the best of Google’s programs, products, people, and technology. An all-in-one optimisation tool will be built to help the company grow.
“With our flagship games under our banner, we will use what we learn and make the existing games better and make better games integrated with enhanced infrastructure where we are able to create high-quality social interactions, persistent multiplayer, UGC platform, and live ops” said Danish Sinha.
Gamestacy strives to safeguard the community by stopping cyber bullying through upgraded software. Gamestacy also mentions how it designs games that can be free of abuse, and are gender-inclusive. Through software like Bodyguard AI, user-generated text, images and videos are moderated.
Danish Sinha, The Founder of Gamestacy, said, “Newchip and Google programs complement each other and provide the right product and business acceleration we required to advance to the next step. Gamestacy has always been about improving the gaming space, and now, with the help of these accelerators and our other collaborations, it is possible.”
Mr. Sanjay Kumar, Ex CEO of Altran and Elior India, who has largely funded this enterprise, said, “The selection validates that the core offerings of Gamestacy has innovation embedded in it, as the idea is not only exciting from a gaming experience perspective but also lends itself to commercial viability. This is the rare combination that few startups are able to achieve.”