FanClash, a two-year-old Indian startup, is attempting to bring esports such as sleeper hit titles PUBG Mobile, COD and DOTA 2 to this fantasy sports world. Investors are predicting that this model and the FanClash team will deliver, and have poured $40 million of fresh funding into the startup. Alpha Wave Global, formerly known as Falcon Edge Capital, led FanClash’s Series B financing round. Sequoia Capital India, Info Edge and Polygon also participated in the round. FanClash previously raised $10.5 million, including a $10 million Series A. As is popular across cricket and football-themed fantasy sports startups, on FanClash, users compete with one another across several popular titles, including Counter Strike: Go, FreeFire and League of Legends, by selecting their favorite players and spinning up made-up teams.
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