The French start-up company Homa Games recently announced it had closed a Series B funding round that saw the company bring in $100 million. This money will be used to expand the Homa platforms while increasing the company’s efficiency when it comes to game development.
Quadrille Capital and Headline lead this round. Other participants in this round of financing included Northzone, Fabric Ventures, Bpifrance, Eurazeo, and Singular.
“Homa’s technology is helping game studios of all sizes elevate their potential, starting by working on the right idea, speeding up production, making better decisions with data, and distributing their app across the world,” said company co-founder Daniel Nathan. “We are excited to help many more studios and to connect players with amazing gaming experiences.”
Homa Games was founded in 2018. The organization works with indie mobile gaming studios in order to optimize their titles so that they can become successful on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. It does this by offering tools that help third-party developers build video games.
Homa Games has found immense success in terms of fundraising. Since its launch, the company has raised over $165 million.
(All information was provided by Pocket Gamer.biz, TechCrunch, and Tech.eu)
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