Drop Fake Secures $9M In Latest Round Of Funding

Drop Fake, a newly created gaming studio, recently announced the organization raised $9 million in a recent round of fundraising. This money will be used to launch a cross-platform 4X strategy game that will be available on PC and mobile devices.

This round of financing was led by the March Gaming venture fund. Other investments were also made by FunPlus Ventures, CourtsideVC, 1Up Ventures, and Aream & Co.

“The thing that I love about the games market today is how many different ways there are to win,” said CEO Katherine de León. “Activision Blizzard came up with a strategy that worked for them for Call of Duty. For us, our strategy is that we are going to make a free game because access is very important to us. And we want to make a game that’s available to everyone, which is where cross-platform comes in. Fairness is a key pillar of our game design. And for us, that means that there’s a meaningful free experience that you cannot pay for power.”

According to LinkedIn, Drop Fake is a privately-held company based in Oakland, California. The organization was founded in 2021.

(All information was provided by LinkedIn,, and VentureBeat)

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