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The biggest worldwide games media property in Asian history, ONE Championship, has recently declared that independent tycoon business visionary Saurabh Mittal, Founder and Chairman of Mission Holdings, has gone along with ONE Championship and has been selected the part of Vice Chairman and will be in charge of the absolute most imperative vital activities at ONE. 

Chatri Sityodtong, Chairman and CEO of ONE Championship, expressed: 

I am excited that Saurabh Mittal has gone along with ONE Championship as Vice Chairman. Our main goal is to release superheroes crosswise over Asia to touch off motivation, expectation, quality, and dreams over all sections of society. I am sure that Saurabh's huge ability and experience will contribute fundamentally to ONE Championship's prosperity. 

Mittal is an accomplished business visionary and financial specialist. He has already filled in as a Partner at Farallon Capital Partners LP. Mittal additionally helped to establish Indiabulls Group, a multi-billion dollar combination in India. Mittal was additionally beforehand a senior accomplice at Noonday, an offshoot of Farallon Capital Partners LP. Conceived in India, Mittal is a beneficiary of the esteemed Director's Gold Medal from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. He additionally holds a Master's Degree in Business Administration from Harvard Business School, graduating as a Baker Scholar. 

Saurabh Mittal, Vice Chairman of ONE Championship, expressed: 

In only a limited ability to focus, Championship has turned into the biggest worldwide games media property in Asian history. I am glad to have seen the wonderful development from the earliest starting point. I am eager to enable ONE Championship to wind up Asia's first multi-billion dollar worldwide games media property in the exact not so distant future.

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