Dreamzer Games is supported by renowned entrepreneurs and investors.
Xavier Niel is the majority shareholder of the Iliad group that he founded in 1991.
After creating the minitel 3617 ANNU, in 1999 he launched FREE, the premier alternative French ISP, particularly well-known for its Freebox.
Since 2012, FREE has also been a mobile telephone operator, recruiting 8 million new clients in 2 years.
Majority shareholder of the daily newspaper Le Monde since 2010, Xavier Niel also invests in numerous start-ups, via the Kima Ventures fund he founded with Jérémie Berrebi.
Founder of Vente-privee.com in 2001, Jacques-Antoine Granjon rapidly took his place as a European leader in online sales events using an innovative business model.
In 2007, Jacques-Antoine Granjon was named the biggest mail order retailer of the past 50 years by the FEVAD (the French e-commerce and remote sales federation).
Internet entrepreneur and investor, Fabrice Grinda founded the premier French online auction site Aucland.fr, then Zingy, a mobile content company, before creating OLX, a small ads site available in 40 languages with a presence in 90 countries that receives more than 130 million unique visitors per month.
Fabrice Grinda is also a prolific investor in start-ups in the United States, Europe, Asia and South America.
In 1999, Jose Marin was behind Deremate, an auction site covering the main countries in Latin America, which was sold to Mercadolibre.
Jose Marin went on to create IG Expansion, which launches one or two proven business models each year in Latin America, such as Viajanet, for example.
Finally, after investing in Bazee and eDreams, Jose Marin created Serendipity Investments, a fund that has invested in almost 100 start-ups.