Gammalot Ltd announces the listing of AntiBall™ on Seedrs a leading crowd-funding platform approved by the UK Financial Conduct Authority, and the venture qualifies for SEIS, i.e. UK investors get 50% income tax relief on their investment plus other tax benefits. Crowdfunding means anyone can invest from as little as £10 to the full amount required, and the company is looking for £75,000 funding for 20% equity shares in AntiBall™ to develop and launch the range of game apps.
AntiBall™ is 5-a-side football game app where players morph into super heroes with extraordinary football skills and magical powers, bringing together the combination of action and adventure characters in dramatic settings and environments! The company has exciting plans to franchise established action characters from major Hollywood design studios and superstar sports figures from FIFA and other sports associations.
The Gammalot website has a short video with high-quality graphics and game-play environments, as well an information on the start-up team, tax-back information, use of funds and the business model.
Following research at three Premier League football stadiums in London and an agreement with Sourcebits a world class games developer, Gammalot is launching AntiBall™ a new and unique range of ball games specifically designed as games apps for tablets and smartphones. Whilst the main product is based on the world’s most popular sport football, the concept is applicable for other sports e.g. cricket (for the large South Asian/Indian market), rugby, tennis, baseball, American football and basketball.
Interested in Investing?
This is a globally scalable business model, with tremendous growth prospects at low cost using established online distribution channels e.g. Apple App Store, Google Play, Windows Marketplace, Amazon Store, etc. Potential investors can visit Seedrs.com, follow the easy process to register and take an informed decision. UK tax payers can get back at least 50% on their investment in AntiBall™ as well as CGT relief if eligible.
The company is happy to answer any questions and welcomes new investors to a high-potential tech start-up.
AntiBall™ is a registered Trade Mark with the UK Intellectual Property Office.