Ratan Tata has invested an undisclosed amount in e-ticketing portal\u00a0Kyazoonga. The investment was made in his personal capacity.\r\n\r\nThe startup will use the funds to expand into international markets including the United States, West Asia, Pakistan and the Caribbean Islands.\r\n\r\nFounded in 2007 by Neetu Bhatia, Akash Bhatia and Arpita Majumder, Kyazoonga is an entertainment and sports ticketing company. It claims to have sold over\u00a025 million tickets in 2015.\r\n\r\nTalking about the portal, Neetu Bhatia said, "We have our own IP and ticketing technology platform that enabled us to scale up domestically. We largely focus on sporting and entertainment events, not really movies. That's how we differentiate ourselves from the existing players in the market."\r\n\r\nKyazoonga has rapidly grown to become an international ticketing company with proprietary technology that has delivered seamless ticketing services to international sports and entertainment events. It offers consumers easy access to all forms of ticketed entertainment and sports with multiple payment options through its online, retail, mobile, social and box-office distribution channels.\r\n\r\nKyazoonga has ticketed events like, Indian Premier League, Pro Kabaddi League and international events like the ICC Cricket World Cup, FIFA World Cup qualifiers etc.\r\n\r\nMeraEvents, Asklaila, TicketCounters, and Sulekha Events are other players in this space.\r\n\r\nThe development was reported by ET.\r\n\r\nPrior to this in May 2016, Tata added San Francisco-based medical emergency response startup\u00a0MUrgency Inc\u00a0to the basket.\u00a0Other startups that have raised funding from Ratan Tata this year include NestAway technologies, FirstCry, CashKaro, Tracxn, Dogspot,\u00a0Lenskart, Teabox, Invictus Technology, SnapBizz, and Moglix.\r\n\r\n\r\nWelcome to Flash Feed, your essential source for breaking news and innovation from around the web - bite-sized and updated all day.