Los Angeles-based mobile developer GameMine has closed a $20 million series A funding round to continue work on its subscription-based games service.
As reported by VentureBeat, the funding round was led by Palisades Venture Capital. It will use the money to expand its services and increase the number of games available.
GameMine currently has 100 games available to subscribers, with another 70 soon to be added. It currently services around 3.5 million users from 135 different countries.
The studio's hope is to provide what CEO Daniel Starr calls a "diverse, subscription-based selection of ad-free mobile games".
As well as licensing games for the platform, GameMine also develops its own titles. Popular games include MOBA League of Battle and racing title Night Racer.
The platform will soon have to contend with Hatch, Rovio's own subscription-based gaming service. Hatch will allow users to play premium games for free with ads, which can be removed with a monthly subscription.