Upgraded version of the Real Cricket mobile game with exciting features launched

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An improved and upgraded version of the ‘Real Cricket’ mobile game has been launched by a digital entertainment and technology firm named JetSynthesys through a game developer ‘Nautilus Mobile. The firm JetSynthesys is a part of the JetLine Group of Companies which was started in the 1930s in Bangkok, Thailand.

The firm opened its branch in India in 1974 and is headquartered in Pune. The company is backed by several prominent individuals including Kris Gopalakrishnan, Adar Poonawalla, Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar, and the multi-billion-dollar family offices of the promoters including Thermax, Triveni Group, Yohan Poonawalla Group, and DSP Group.

The game includes the commentary of Sanjay Manjrekar, Aakash Chopra, Vivek Razdan, Danny Morrisson, and Lisa Sthalekar

The company said in a press release that the game offers “realism with real-life-sized stadiums, motion-captured animations, and manual fielding”. Further, commentators Sanjay Manjrekar, Aakash Chopra, Vivek Razdan, Danny Morrisson, and Lisa Sthalekar have also been roped in.

“Additionally, players can also map their desired shots to suit their unique batting style using the Shot Map section in the game,” the release added.

The press release also states that Real Cricket has also won several awards in the past including the “Most Competitive Game” of Google Play’s Best Games of 2018, India Gaming Week Sports & Debut game of the year 2015, People’s Choice Game of The Year — 2014, and People’s Choice Indie Game of The Year – 2013.

After its success in the Indian gaming industry, a national-level E-sports tournament was also conducted previously. As many as one lakh gamers participated in the tournament which lasted for about four months before the final round where a prize pool of Rs 20 lakh was distributed amongst the winners.
In August, as a part of Google Play’s 10th anniversary, the prominent game also featured in the “Games that Inspire on Google Play” — one of only three local-made games to feature in the elite list.