Series A funding to help developer create original IP

D2C Games gets $6m cash boost

US downloadable game developer D2C has closed a Series A financing round of approximately $6 million, with investors including Rubicon Venture Partners and 755 Capital Partners.

The company intends to use the funds to create more intellectual properties and create games based on traditional entertainment IP. D2C also plans to expand its publishing efforts as it targets PS3, PSP, Wii, Xbox 360 and 3G mobile development.

“The venture capital community has been very receptive to our business model of developing digital-to-consumer digital entertainment content,” said Scott Orr, CEO of D2C Games.

Mark Wilson, CEO of Rubicon Venture Partners, added: “D2C Games is lead by a proven senior management team that is responsible for generating more than $2 billion in revenue in the game industry.”

“We’re confident the D2C Games team knows the market for games and are creating compelling, original content for interactive entertainment consumers.”

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