Anuj Tandon, formerly head of business development for India and MENA with Krafton, has been appointed at Jetsynthesys.
Former Krafton Business Development Manager for India and MENA (Middle East and North Africa) regions, Anuj Tandon, has officially joined Jetsynthesys as the new CEO of the Gaming division.
The digital gaming and technology company already has a prominent presence in the Indian mobile gaming market, through series like Real Cricket and partnerships with celebrities like famous cricketers. Sachin Tendulkar.
Tandon’s recruitment comes at a time when the Indian mobile and gaming market as a whole is growing rapidly. Coupled with the forecasted decline of China mobile market, now the largest market in the world, India will become the new world leader in games. It seems Jetsynthesys knows this and is aiming to recruit veteran talent to prepare the company.
As much as Tandon points out: “I truly believe that we are at the peak of the most transformative period for the gaming industry in India and there is a unique opportunity in a generation to build a quality video game organization”.
Jetsynthesys prides itself on their ever-increasing game product, their innovative new release. Projects in the field of e-sports are developing rapidly. In an increasingly digitized world, India is increasingly using smartphones and accessing the internet quickly. Indian media companies like QYOU have also pursued e-sports and mixed media broadcasting, adding the QGameX channel to its digital TV bundle earlier this year.
The addition of a former senior manager from Krafton is also a good sign that Jetsynthesys is looking for people with experience in the rapidly growing market. Before that, Tandon left Krafton to look for something new in the future gaming market in India. Especially with the increasing restrictions on games from China, India’s biggest rival, in the country due to data privacy concerns.
Companies like Krafton that place their business in the delivery of the often popular and successful international games developed by Chinese companies continue to struggle, while Jetsynthesys can capitalize on the substance drain. gray from these companies to secure their own team.