Dream11’s parent company is reportedly the latest contender for a public market debut in the US
- The company is looking to raise $1.5 billion at a valuation of $6 billion.
- Dream Sports'
IPOin the US could be through a special purpose acquisition company ( SPAC).
- Dream Sports’ news on listing follows the reports of firms like Zomato, Delhivery, Nykaa, Pine Labs among others which are all looking to make their public market debut.
Dream11’s parent company
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Dream Sports’ news about the listing follows the reports of unicorns like Zomato, Delhivery, Nykaa, Pine Labs among others which are all looking to make their public market debut.
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As per the news report, banks like Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan and Citigroup are in talks with the company for the probable listing, which could also be through a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC). SPAC companies are generally formed as “blank cheque” firms with the specific purpose to raise capital through a market debut to acquire another company.
E-commerce giant Flipkart is also looking to list in the US through a merger with a SPAC, while renewable energy firm Renew Power has already announced its merger with a blank cheque company for a listing in the US.
Dreamsports had last raised $400 million in March, 2021. With the same, the sportstech platform's valuation had almost doubled to $5 billion. The secondary investment round was led by investors TCV, D1 Capital Partners and Falcon Edge, while the company's earlier investors Tiger Global, ChrysCapital, TPG Growth, Steadview Capital and Footpath Ventures too participated in the round.
The 13-year old startup had also become the title sponsor of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2020.
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