An ex-Twitter employee joins an Indian company as an adviser Games24x7. Games24x7, one of India’s biggest online gaming businesses, has hired Alex Roetter. A former Twitter developer who previously served as the company’s head of engineering.
Mumbai-based It is one of India’s biggest online skill gaming businesses. Having a broad portfolio that includes RummyCircle, My11Circle, Carrom, and Ultimate Games among its many offerings.
Tiger Global and The Raine Group are among the investors that have backed the project. Games24x7 just announced that it will be entering the United States market.
“Our excitement at having such a distinguished expert join us. As an Advisor is compounds by the fact that Games24x7 is expanding its portfolio, client base, and forays into new foreign markets. Roetter’s expertise and advice will be very beneficial to our organization, says Roetter “Trivikraman Thampy and Bhavin Pandya. Co-founders and CEOs of Games24x7, shared their thoughts.
He held a variety of positions during his time at Twitter, which spanned from 2010 to 2016. Culminating in his appointment as Senior Vice President, Engineering, at the microblogging service’s global headquarters in San Francisco, where he was responsible for engineering and operations across the company.
So, Former Google employee Roetter is now the Managing Director and General Partner of Moxxie Ventures. He is a Stanford University graduate who has also worked for several companies, including Google.
“The Indian online gaming industry is set to take off in the near future. GameS24x7, with its emphasis on technology and product innovation to enhance the player experience. Embodies the spirit of India’s exceptional tech entrepreneurship “Roetter expressed himself in this way.
Moreover, Ultimate Games, a casual games studio, has been established by the business to develop. And also publish new games for the worldwide market.
In addition to its headquarters in Mumbai, Games24x7 has offices in Bengaluru, Kyiv, Philadelphia, and Miami.