Buzz Capital invests £500k in Fundamentally Games and Dream Harvest

Buzz Capital has completed its second-round equity raise, investing £500k into developer Dream Harvest and publisher Fundamentally Games. The round was led by Premiere Capital, with support from Buzz Capital (via

Both Dream Harvest and Fundamentally Games are UK-based – Dream Harvest was founded in 2015 and is responsible for Neuroslicers and Neuronet: Mendax Proxy, while Fundamentally Games was founded in 2019 and offers support with user acquisition and publishing, with a focus on live games.

“We’re thankful for the continued support from the team at Premiere and Buzz Capital who have been long term partners of Dream Harvest and who believe in the long-term vision we have for the studio,” said Dream Harvest CEO Justin French.

“Building worlds filled with amazing characters and stories, told through games that push genres in new, bold directions and doing this with a community centric approach.”

“We’re thrilled that Buzz and Premiere have doubled down on its support of Fundamentally Games at these early stages of our journey, not only through our recent UA funding partnership for games wepublish, but also now a second equity raise,” added Fundamentally Games’ Ella Romanos.

“We’ve made good progress over the last year and having a partner who believes in us and who is on that journey with us is something that any company would be lucky to have and demonstrates their commitment not just to us, but to the UK games industry too.”

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