Entries in 'funding' (18)
Private equity firm Lloyds Development Capital has invested £16.5m in Team17.
Competitive gaming platform FACEIT has today raised $15m in Series A funding in order to expand to more games and communities.
Finland-based mobile studio Traplight Games has closed a recent round of funding totaling €1.3m.
London-based mobile studio The Secret Police has received funding from Amuse Capital, headed up by former Sega president Hayao Nakayama.
Playful, the developer behind virtual reality title Lucky’s Tale, has been given a sizeable bump by its latest round of investment.
Digital retailer and publisher Green Man Gaming is once again showing its support of indie developers by backing next month’s Interface event.
5th Cell, the creator of Scribblenauts, is to launch a completely new franchise via the power of crowdfunding.
The Games Funding Forum returns for its second year on Thursday, October 15th.
The half-day conference features a raft of speakers dealing out advice on how developers can gain access ...
The global eSports betting site Unikrn, founded by ex-Microsoft Ventures GM Rahul Sood, has raised $7m in its Series A funding round.
Indie game investor group Indie Fund has announced the addition of a host of new partners, as well as its backing of Steam Early Access release Armello.
AlphaDraft, a fantasy eSports betting site, has become the latest such venture to secure capital investment to the tune of $5m.
Live-streaming platform DingIt.tv has secured $1.5m in seed funding.
The unstoppable crowdfunding force that is Star Citizen has surpassed $80m in funding.
Gamer-focused social network Raptr has launched a short form video sharing client called Plays.tv, securing a new round of funding to back the new service.
Epic Games has revealed the first three Unreal Dev Grant recipients, with each developer gaining at least $15,000 in funding.
Machinima has landed another round of funding led by Warner Bros, though it hasn't stopped the multi-channel network from cutting a chunk of its staff along with a few programs.
Epic Games has announced it has put together $5m for “no strings attached” funding of indie devs who create games using Unreal Engine 4.
Mobile studio Proletariat has raised $6m in a Series A funding round, led by Oculus investor Spark Capital.