Dream Sports, an Indian sports tech company, has prolonged its association with Khelo India Youth Games (KIYG).
Dream Sports has been a co-sponsor of the event for the past two years. KIYG, a project launched in 2018 by the Government of India in collaboration with the Sports Authority of India, will organise over 6000 young athletes from January 30 to February 11 in eight cities all over Madhya Pradesh.
Bhavit Sheth, COO & Co-Founder of Dream Sports, said, “It is our privilege to associate with the Khelo India Youth Games that share our passion of empowering India’s youth and our vision to make sports better. Through this partnership, we hope to continue to work towards our common goal of nurturing India’s sports ecosystem and encouraging our budding athletes to pursue sports.”
Dream Sports’ charitable arm, Dream Foundation, has been assisting sports efforts and has carefully crafted coalitions with Mary Kom Regional Boxing Foundation, Bhaichung Bhutia Football Schools, and the Dilip Vengsarkar Foundation, with the vision of making sports better.
Sreeja Akula, India’s ace paddler, received the Arjuna Award for her stunning victory at the Commonwealth Games 2022 as part of the Foundation’s recent launch of ‘DreamGold,’ a long-term elite athlete mentoring program throughout multiple sports.
On Dream Sports’ association with Khelo India, a Spokesperson from the Sports Authority of India, said, “The mission of the ‘Khelo India Youth Games’ is to provide talented and able young athletes with a platform to build their career in sports. The Sports Authority of India, welcomes Dream Sports as partners supporting our endeavours. We look forward to this partnership growing stronger and better with this edition.”