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Rolocule Games acquired by sports tech firm Dream Sports

Studio will be rebranded to Dream Game Studios to align with parent company

India-based sports technology firm Dream Sports has acquired mobile developer Rolocule Games for an undisclosed sum.

As part of the acquisition, Rolocule Games will be rebranded as Dream Game Studios, and the studio's founder, Rohit Gupta, will continue to lead it.

"This is a well-deserved validation for mid-core games in India and our team has worked incredibly hard to reach this point. Our goal is to bring world-class long-lasting game franchises and IPs from India," said Gupta. "We are thrilled to take this step together with Dream Sports."

Rolocule was founded in 2010 and is recognised in India for its series of mid-core games such as Flick Tennis, Dance Party and Dead Among Us. It is also known for its Rolomotion technology that allows players to use their mobile devices as motion controllers.

Dream Sports also recently launched a $250 million fund for its venture capital arm, Dream Capital. The sum will be used to invest in startups across the sports, fitness and gaming sectors in India.

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