Sachin Tendulkar Deal With Unacademy: Former Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar has held a small stake in Unacademy, a Bengaluru-based educational tech startup. Apart from investing in startups, Sachin Tendulkar will also become the brand ambassador of Unacademy under the strategic partnership deal. Under this deal, users of Unacademy will get the facility of live interactive classes. In these classes, anyone will be able to take classes for free through the company’s platform. However, it is not known how much Sachin has invested in Unacademy.
Sachin Tendulkar will also join a series of interactive classes on this online education platform. In this, Sachin will share his experience and tell the nuances related to cricket. The company says that any person can access this live class for free through Unacademy’s platform.
The company will provide education platform
It has been said from Unacademy that through this partnership we are going to provide an education platform. Where Sachin Tendulkar will be with us to share his life experiences. We are working on creating the content of this partnership. This information will be given in the coming days. Under the partnership, under the Unacademy Sports Learning category, content is being created on a large scale with Sachin Tendulkar.
Sachin said that it has always been my desire and effort to share my experience and information related to the game to the youth. With this, I should encourage the youth to take up sports. Several months ago, Sachin Tendulkar decided to join the board of Unacademy as a strategic investor and brand ambassador. The company started discussions with Tendulkar about 7 months ago.
49 thousand teachers on company platform
According to the company website, there are currently around 49,000 teachers on the company platform. The watch time of Unacademy is around 100 crore minutes per month. The company acquired Kreatryx, PrepLadder and Codechef in the year 2020. Apart from this, it has also launched its own app called Graphy for interactive stories and books.