GameAnalytics get a C-Level talent injection and raises $5.5 million

Three from GoViral join the top table

Date Type Companies involved Size
December 18th, 2014 investment Beta Angels
Sunstone Capital
GameAnalytics get a C-Level talent injection and raises $5.5 million

2014 has been a good year for companies with the words "game" and "analytics" in their title.

Scottish outfit deltaDNA (previously GamesAnalytics) has raised $5 million in funding, while its one-time Danish namesake and rival GameAnalytics has also announced its funding round.

It's closed its Series A funding round, raising $5.5 million, bringing the company's total funding to $8 million.

Beta Angels and the new management team - CEO Luke Aviet, VP of Strategic Partnerships Nick Roveta, and Chief Commercial Officer Claus Moseholm who all previously worked together at AOL acquisition GoViral - led the round.

Existing funders Sunstone Capital, CrunchFund, Jimmy Maymann and René Rechmann also participated.

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GameAnalytics has almost to 14,000 registered game developers, including the likes of Remedy, PopCap, Big Fish, Zeptolab, Mindy Candy, GREE, and is used in games that reach over 500 million unique players.

It offers predefined metrics, data exploration and user insights via a customisable dashboard, allowing developers to better understand their players and hence improve their games.

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"Since I founded GameAnalytics It's been incredible to see the size, scale and increasing sophistication of the industry and with this new investment our focus will be on solving some of the biggest challenges facing the indie gaming community," commented founder Morten Wulff.

"We want to help indie developers compete with the big guys and allow them to focus on creativity."

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