6 Basketball Video Games Development Business Success Stories [2024]

Updated: November 1st, 2023
Start A Basketball Video Games Development Business

Here are some real life success stories of starting a basketball video games development business:

1. Chibi Dinos ($12M/year)

Sean Kelly, the co-founder of Chibi Dinos NFT, came up with the idea to create a play-to-earn NFT community that combines basketball, collectibles, and dinosaurs. Inspired by his previous experience in the NFT industry and his passion for basketball, Sean partnered with his girlfriend to create Chibi Dinos. The project quickly gained traction, with the presale and public sale selling out in record time and generating $2.4 million in revenue.

How much they make: $12M/year
How much did it cost to start: $100K
Current team size: 10

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I Launched An NFT Project That Made $1M

Chibi Dinos NFT, a play-to-earn NFT community co-founded by 25-year-old Sean Kelly, earned $2.4M in revenue during its initial sale, reinvesting 60% of its earnings into staffing and marketing while earning $2,005.0453th in secondary sales on OpenSea, thanks to tapping into Twitter users as part of its marketing strategy.

About
Sean started Chibi Dinos over 2 years ago
Revenue
Sean grew the business to $1M/month
Costs
It cost Sean $100000 to start the business
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Learn more about starting a basketball video games development business:

Where to start?

-> How much does it cost to start a basketball video games development business?
-> Pros and cons of a basketball video games development business

Need inspiration?

-> Examples of established basketball video games development business

Other resources

4. Chibi Dinos

10,000 Chibi Dinos on 10 different teams looking for a new home. Coming August 20th at 6 pm PST.

How much they make: $12M/year
Where they're located: Las Vegas, NV, USA
How much did it cost to start: $100K
Current team size: 10

I Launched An NFT Project That Made $1M

Chibi Dinos NFT, a play-to-earn NFT community co-founded by 25-year-old Sean Kelly, earned $2.4M in revenue during its initial sale, reinvesting 60% of its earnings into staffing and marketing while earning $2,005.0453th in secondary sales on OpenSea, thanks to tapping into Twitter users as part of its marketing strategy.

About
Sean started Chibi Dinos over 2 years ago
Revenue
Sean grew the business to $1M/month
Costs
It cost Sean $100000 to start the business
Read by 3,903 founders

5. Electro-Mech Scoreboard Company

Where they're located: Columbus, Georgia, USA

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6. Athletes in Action

Where they're located: Columbus, Georgia, USA

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