CricHeroes by Abhishek evolves into world’s largest cricket network


Imphal: Cricheroes cricket scoring app founded by a 40 years old  Ahmedabad bases engineer, Abhishek Desai along with three other friends back in 2016, has arguably evolved into the world’s largest cricket network and growing.

The app was founded with the objective to fundamentally change, how grassroots cricket was being played in India and the world.

According to Abhishek, “This started as a solution to our own problem as weekend cricketers.” From there, Cricheroes today, is more than a scoring app. With newer and added features such as live-streaming, video analysis and highlights, it is a critical source of data and analytics, both to its partner associations in order that they make more informed selections as well as grassroot-cricketers and their mentors, so that they can also take key career calls related to the sport. They have over two million active users and more than 15million players registered on it.

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Abhishek’s idea and vision and marketing guile with Cricheroes, has aptly demonstrated that profitable tech start-ups can be run in this country with consummate ease, that too from what is ostensibly a Tier-2 location, if you have the passion to back your idea and skill to execute it.

He has helped Cricheroes raise 12.5cr in funding till now and Games 24×7, a leading multi-game platform, have got on board the Cricheroes bandwagon last year. They have an employee strength of 57 and were valued at INR 65 Crores in 2021. CricHeroes since inception has grown by 126% on an average of registered users, while over 200% increase has been seen every year in the number of matches scored on the application.

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Cricheroes are also the official scoring partners to more than 200 state associations and international cricket boards and have over two million active users and more than 15mn players registered on it. Major BCCI affiliated state associations like Cricket Association of Bengal, Baroda Cricket Association, Tamil Nadu Cricket Association, etc. along with ICC Members like Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Canada and more are using the platform. Younger stars like Yash Dhull, Ishan Kishan, Krunal Pandya and the likes have maintained their scores on the application in the evolving years of their cricketing careers.

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In a country where cricket is a religion, keeping a track of upcoming talent has become one of the biggest challenges and Abhishek and his team at CricHeroes has been trying to bridge this gap since their inception. He soldiers on with his ambition of providing the grassroot cricketing community their due reward and recognition.

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