People Group, which owns Shaadi.com, Makaan.com and Mobango, has acquired 25% stake in dating app Thrill for Rs 6 crore in a cash and stock deal, reports The Economic Times. The report mentions that as part of the deal People Group’s dating website Fropper.com has been merged with Thrill, though the same isn’t reflected on the website yet. Founded in 2012 by Devin Serago and Josh Israel, Thrill had previously secured an undisclosed amount of funding from Qyuki CEO Samir Bangara, CA Media COO Rajesh Kamat, and Singapore-based Taurus Value Creation in August 2013. It's a match made online: http://t.co/pE6xLdrV0f takes 25% in Thrill - The Economic Times http://t.co/U6i2Yuf0oq @samirbangara @anupammittal — Josh Israel (@TankTopJosh) January 26, 2015 Unlike its competitors like Tinder and Krush, Thrill provides women with greater control. While women can join Thrill at any time,…
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