Walking Dead: Road to Survival publisher Scopely has raised an additional $100 million in funding.
The money is set to be used to finance acquisitions and investments in games studios and intellectual property.
The Los Angeles-based publisher had raised $60 million in Series C funding last year, but the round was heavily oversubscribed.
The additional $100 million was led by venture capital firm Greenspring Associates and Horizons Ventures, the fund of Hong Kong magnates Li Ka Shing and Solina Chau.
Scope to invest
In an interview with Variety, Scopely CEO Walter Driver explained that that company was looking to build on its existing network, which currently tallies more than 165 million users.
“We are looked at as a gaming company,” Walter said. “But we think of ourselves as an experience company.”
Following the various rounds of funding the company is now valued at more than $700 million.