Jaipur-based interactive educational games development startup, LogicRoots.com has raised $400,000 (approximately Rs 2.5 crore) in a round led by angel investment firm ah! Angels.
Calcutta Angels and 91SpringBoard also participated in the round.
Founded by IIT-Bombay alumni Gunjan Agrawal and Kunal Gandhi in 2011, LogicRoots.com specialises in creating games to improve school children's mathematical skills in arithmetic, memory building, fractions and decimals.
LogicRoots.com, which has tie-ups with schools in India, and has partnered major ecommerce marketplaces such as Flipkart and Amazon to sell its edu-based games, proposes to deploy the fresh round of funds for product development.
LogicRoots is planning to lay more thrust on its application Mathaly by adding new gamification features, new levels and more powers to it, thereby making the learning experience for every child truly personal in the next 12 months.
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