Nautilus Mobile Secures $5.4M In Funding From Krafton

Nautilus Mobile recently announced the company secured $5.4 million in funding from the Korean gaming giant Krafton Inc. With this money, Nautilus Mobile intends to expand to more markets around the globe while broadening its scope of sports games in its offering. Additionally, Krafton will allow Nautilus to accelerate its growth in India.

“With the massive adoption of mobile gaming in India, fueled further by the pandemic, the industry has reached an interesting juncture and we are all excited to jet-speed into the future,” said Nautilus Chairman Rajan Navani. “Krafton has been a key player in the global mobile gaming space and we’re glad to join forces with them to take our Indian studio on to a global stage. Anuj (Mankar) and team Nautilus are amongst our country’s most successful game development teams, having won several awards over the years and taking the company to newer heights. With this partnership, we aim to scale Nautilus Mobile’s already robust gaming portfolio bolstering their growth trajectory further.”

Nautilus is a mobile video game development studio that is owned by JetSynthesys. The company was founded in 2013 and acquired by JetSynthesys in 2020.

(All information was provided by AnimationXpress)

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