The Indian Federation of Sports Gaming (IFSG) lately introduced the ‘Stars of Tomorrow’, a curriculum to encourage potential raw talents in the range of sports from throughout India. The show took place at the Trident Hotel in South Mumbai a few days ago. A panel debate was further continued at the venue, highlighting the various medal winner boxers and Member of Parliament Mary Kom, a woman who certainly requires no additional introduction. Others to participate in the conversation was the Principal Secretary to CM of the state of Maharashtra named Bhushan Gagrani, CEO of Dream 11 Harsh Jain and Boria Majumdar, a cricket historian.
The initiative Stars of Tomorrow brought 168 young sporting fans from across the country. GoSports Foundation, the Implementation Partner of this initiative, decided 13 ultimate athletes, following a meticulous manner. The 13 players moved from a variety of sporting backgrounds like swimming, sailing, tennis, and tennis. Dream11 is further one of the originating constituents of IFSG forum.
Congratulating the 13 players, champion boxer Mary Kom too weighed over the entire situation of sports in India, quoting, “I am happy to be associated with IFSG’s initiative as I feel that for India to truly become a sporting nation”. It was recognized as a powerful contender in the global arena, assistance requires to be addressed not just to the teams but also to the individual players.
The IFSG’s show for the Stars of Tomorrow is a welcome step in accomplishing national purposes. Moreover, with this excellent initiative by the IFSG, the program likewise observed the Foundation of Dream11, Dream11 charity arm, promising INR 3 Crores for this worthy cause and handed over the cheque to John Loffhagen. According to the CEO of Dream11, Harish Jain, they are extremely proud of promoting and supporting the Stars of Tomorrow event. This program resonates with the goals of the foundation and highly contributes to building India as one of the great sports countries.
With these kinds of initiative, all sorts of sports will have a chance to come into limelight and make its mark.