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Mobile games start-up studio Lila Games has secured $2.8 million in seed funding.
The investment was led by Bitkraft Ventures, with further participation from Galaxy Interactive, as well as several angel investors including Machine Zone co-founder Mike Sherrill, Super Evil Megacorp CEO Kristian Segerstrale and former CMUNE CEO Ludovic Bodin.
PocketGamer.biz chatted to three members of Square Enix Montréal design team to get their insight on how to craft gorgeous games you can carry in your pocket.
Competitive mobile games platform Skillz generated revenues of $60 million in Q3, 2020.
The company's earnings are up 92 per cent year-on-year, as it earned $31.2 million in Q3, 2019.
RedForce Games' founder and developer Rakshith Anand discusses the partnership, and how the team-up with Voodoo has enabled RedForce to grow with access to a dedicated publishing manager, marketing resources, and a wealth of experience from Voodoo's extensive team.
European games giant Embracer Group has announced the purchase of 12 studios and a PR company.
The THQ Nordic parent has snapped up: Thinking Ape, IUGO Mobile Entertainment, Nimble Giant, Mad Head Games, Snapshot Games, 34BigThings, Zen Studios, Purple Lamp, Quantic Lab, Flying Wild Hog, Coffee Stain North, England's Silent Games PR as well as influencer relations agency Sandbox Strategy.