Nautilus Mobile, a cutting-edge digital entertainment and technology company that JetSynthesys acquired, celebrates its 10-year milestone with a dominant performance in the mobile gaming industry. Millions of people have played Real Cricket since it was released, and over the past 10 years, several updates have been released to improve the user experience. Real Cricket is Nautilus’ most well-known game. The publisher of the incredibly popular and multi-award-winning Real Cricket brand, Nautilus Mobile, which has more than 15 games to offer.
Nautilus Mobile’s Real Cricket achieved over 350 million downloads
According to reports, India’s PC and mobile game marketplaces are expected to produce player spending of US$704.5 million in 2022 with 396.4 million players, increasing to US$1.4 billion in 2026 with 630 million gamers. In keeping with this, Nautilus has developed and grown a strong franchise with a series of online skill-based cricket games that are currently the best in their category.
The game has been downloaded an amazing 350 million times across Android and iOS to date, making it the most popular cricket game on mobile. It also boasts the longest session length of any cricket app. A must-have for any cricket enthusiast, the most recent version of the game offers incredible realism with real-life sized stadiums, motion-captured animations, and manual fielding.
On discussing the successful run, JetSynthesys’ founder and CEO Rajan Navani said, “India is a cricket-loving nation and the sport is ingrained in our culture. Leveraging this common emotion, we recognized the need to offer seamless and enhanced online cricket-playing experiences and the franchise’s potential in providing the same. We are delighted to celebrate this significant milestone alongside Anuj and our entire team.”
“With this association, JetSynthesys solidified its status as the #1 skill-based cricket gaming franchise worldwide which is a testament to the platform’s latency. Real Cricket, I believe, thus has the potential to be India’s esports export to the rest of the globe and it is only upwards from here on,” Rajan added.
Nautilus Mobile celebrates its 10th Anniversary
The extremely popular battle royale game BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA’s developer, South Korean gaming giant KRAFTON, Inc., just invested a stunning $5.4 million in Nautilus, showing the company’s remarkable growth rate (BGMI). In addition to this, the company staged the Real Cricket Championship last year, which attracted over 100,000 players and 2.5 million viewers.
The company’s gaming division has developed games like Being Salman, Super Ludo, WWE Racing Showdown, Sachin Saga VR, and Sachin Saga Cricket Champions, and published projects with Floyd Mayweather and the Passengers movie, among many others. Moreover, JetSynthesys co-founded Nodwin Gaming, the most prosperous e-sports organisation in India.