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Romanian videogame developer closes $3.3 mln Series A funding round – SeeNews

BUCHAREST (Romania), May 27 (SeeNews) – Romanian videogame developer announced on Wednesday it had closed a $3.3 million (3.08 million euro) Series A funding round.

The funding will be used to expand the team to support its growing user base, the company said in a press release.

“We envision a future where all systems, architects and data speak the same language and predict collectively, as I like to call it – The Machinations Borg”, said Mihai Gheza Co-founder & CEO at Machinations.

The financing round was led by Hiro Capital.

Founded in 2018, is a software development company which maintains and develops a platform for designing and predicting game economies. It currently serves a worldwide community of over 35,000 game designers.

The company had previously secured $1.6 million in funding from angel investors, with the backing of Seedcap, GapMinder, and Acequia Capital. recorded losses of 25,000 lei ($5,500/5,100 euro) in 2021, as well as a turnover of 146,600 lei, according to the latest data posted on the finance ministry’s website.

Hiro Capital is a London/Luxembourg technology venture capital firm which invests in Games, IP, Web3, and Metaverse technologies, from Seed through to Series A and B stages.

(1 euro = 4.9423 lei)


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