Rishi Srinivasan has reached the world number 1 spot in the world’s most popular mobile phone game.
The world’s top-selling mobile game, Clash Royale, has more than doubled in popularity in just three years to 1.8 billion downloads in India, a country with more than 200 million smartphone users, according to data from App Annie.
The game was launched on May 25, 2016 and has more then doubled in downloads to nearly 1 billion since then, according the company.
The popularity of the game has grown dramatically in the past few years, as its popularity has gone from an obscure genre of mobile gaming to one of the most popular franchises in the country, according TOI’s report.
The latest Clash Royale update, which is expected to launch later this year, added a new feature that allows players to create and share their own content.
The addition of the feature has been praised by players, who feel it is a welcome addition that will encourage players to become more involved in the game and increase the community’s influence.
“We are happy to see such a strong player base and high level of popularity, but also happy to know that it is all about us,” said Rishi, founder and chief executive of Clash Royale.
“We are confident that this will help us to grow more rapidly.”
“We want to reach a wider audience, and we are happy that we have the support of players and community,” he added.
In addition to the Clash Royale game, Rishi has a major stake in the mobile gaming industry and has invested in startups like the Indian gaming company Jio, which has attracted a lot of attention from media outlets, and the online video service Go90, which he co-founded.
Rishi’s interest in gaming was sparked when he played Clash Royale and he was hooked on the game.
“I just started playing the game for the first time when I was around 12 years old and I’ve been playing it ever since,” he said.
“I was just blown away by how much fun it was, and how many different strategies players could come up with and how fun it felt,” he explained.
Roshi is a native of India and his family moved to Australia in the early 1990s, after graduating from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT).
“I left IIT with my mother and father.
I worked in various roles as a journalist and later as a software developer and in my early days as a marketing professional, I had a lot to do.
I was really passionate about it,” he recalled.
When Rishi was 19, he left IISc to move to Sydney, where he studied computer science and computer science, and worked as a computer programmer.
He started his own company, Rishikesh Technologies, in 2005 and started working with various game developers in India.
In 2011, Roshil Bansal, a leading software developer in the Indian tech industry, took an interest in Rishi and decided to join the company as its CEO.
“As a young startup, we were trying to get in touch with a large chunk of Indian developers and get them to build our games.
I asked him to join us and we decided to start Rishis development.
That was the beginning of a partnership with Rishi,” Bansal said.
Rishis games have sold more than 50 million copies and Rishi is now the company’s CEO.
Rishi also works as a consultant to several game companies, including Microsoft, Amazon and Facebook.
Roshil said Rishas games are not just for children.
“It’s a really popular game and it’s not just a kid’s game,” he told TOI.
“It’s also a game that kids can enjoy and learn from.”
Rishi is known for his innovative ideas, especially the creation of his own brand of video game.
Risham has launched several games, including Clash Royale for iOS and Android, which was named one of 10 best mobile games of 2017 by Gamespot.
Roshal said that Clash Royale has grown into a franchise.
“The fact that it has been a franchise for the last 10 years is an amazing achievement,” he remarked.