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Third round of capital sourcing headed by Maverick Capital

Realtime Worlds gets $50 million funding

Realtime Worlds has secured $50 million in its third financing round, reports Tech Crunch.

The Crackdown developer has previously been active in securing funding, having accumulated $33 million in capital from CIM Fund and NEA in the past.

It’s assumed the money will be used to continue development of APB, due for release by Webzen this year, as well as future projects.

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