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Innospark raises $6.5 million to expand into China with cross-platform midcore games

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June 24th, 2015 investment Innospark
Keytone VC
$6.5m
Innospark raises $6.5 million to expand into China with cross-platform midcore games

Korean mobile developer Innospark has closed a $6.5 million Series B funding round.

Keytone Ventures was the lead investor, while SL investment and Company K Partners also invested.

To-date, Innospark has launched two games Hero Sky and Dragon Friends.

It will use the funding to operate these games, while also expanding its team and invest in future games, with a particular focus on competitive midcore games.

Innospark's debut was Hero Sky

"This is an important next step for Innospark," said CEO and co-founder Jae Chan Shin.

"This will lead Innospark to not only penetrate the Chinese market, but also succeed in the global market.

"Also, it will be helpful to accelerate our development process for multi-screen platforms, such as Windows 10."

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