Sportzwiki: Knowledge Bank for all Sports Related Event & Information
Founder & CEO
Apart from the rich culture and the diverse arts presence, India has always been recognized as the land of sports. Pinpointing the Indian sports as a part of entertainment & unity, Bhupendra Singh, Founder & CEO, Sportzwiki, speaks,“Sports is the soul of India. Being a hub for ancient
With the vision to become the biggest online sports community quenching the thirst of all sports lovers, Sportzwiki covers news, views & opinions on 50 plus sports with over 50mn visitors per month
Sports for Life, Sports for All
The idea of venturing into sports struck Bhupendra Singh in 2013 when he penned down his thoughts to start something in the arena of sports. While working as a founding member for India’s VAS solutions across TELCO globally, he identified that something new can be bought up and change the way of updating people with the sports related information. Knowing that as sports was not his forte, Bhupendra began with a research and to his surprise he found out that not many portals were dealing in sports, precisely in Indian sports.
Touted be one of the fastest growing sports websites in India,
“We deliver multi sports content in multi languages that keep as above from all the competitors. Designed as a UI/UX platform, we deliver content through video interactions & more. Moreover, we enable the sports author to enhance their skills & pen down their passion for reading, writing through the website,” avers Bhupendra.
Promoting Sports at Grass-root Level
With the vision to become the biggest online sports community quenching the thirst of all sports lover, Sportzwiki today covers news, views & opinions on 50 plus sports with over 50mn visitors per month. Started off as a bootstrapped company with 2-3 members, Sportzwiki today with a full-fledged team of 52 people has been able to with generating grow 300 percent year on year. “As far as the near future is concerned, we will be delivering content in international languages. We are also planning to promote sports at grass-root level in a big way,” concludes Bhupendra.