- Tunisia-based gaming platform CoaChess has raised a $191,000 pre-Seed funding round from Omicrone.
- Founded in 2021 by Iheb Kaabi, CoaChess allows chess players of all skill levels to play and learn the game through advanced learning techniques aimed at further developing players’ skills.
- The recent funding round will allow CoaChess to go to market and improve the game.
Source: African Heroes
CoaChess, a Tunisian startup founded in 2021, has announced securing a pre-seed funding round worth 600k TND (USD191,000) thanks to Omicrone, their new investor and startup builder. The company’s objective is to revolutionise the chess world by utilizing AI-powered tools to make the game accessible to players of all skill levels.
The company offers a wide range of services, including beginner-friendly lessons and advanced learning techniques aimed at further developing players’ skills regardless of their level. In addition, the company provides players with the opportunity to apply what they have learned in highly competitive environments and analyse their games to identify their strengths and weaknesses. CoaChess also offers the chance to participate in free and paid tournaments against players with different levels and skill sets.
CoaChess’s most innovative offering is its intelligent bot, which can mimic top chess champions and other influential figures in the history of the game. This tool assists players in learning more about the game and improving their skills. CoaChess also offers services that can improve chess clubs’ learning environments, including personalised guidance throughout their learning journey and the ability to organise internal and inter-club tournaments.
The recent pre-seed funding round is a significant milestone for CoaChess, bringing the company one step closer to achieving its goals. With the funding, the company can take its innovative tools to the market and improve the game for good.
CoaChess’s founder, Iheb Kaabi, expressed gratitude for the support and guidance of the company’s supporters, saying, “We are committed to continuing our journey and working to make chess more accessible and enjoyable for everyone.”