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SuperGaming raises $5.5 Mn in Series A round

Game development studio SuperGaming has raised $5.5 million in its Series A round led by a clutch of investors such as Skycathcher, AET Fund, BAce Capital, Dream Incubator, 1Up Ventures and Icertis co-founder Monish Darda.

According to the Singapore-headquartered company, which operates out of Pune, the funds will be used in team expansion from 120 to 200 within a year.

Founded by Robby John, Navneet Waraich and Sanket Nadhani, SuperGaming has built mobile games such as MaskGun, Devil Amongst Us, and Tower Conquest.

Since its inception, the platform claims to have a team of over 120 people who have built over 100 games with 150 million installs across the globe. Its shooting game MaskGun claims to be its most downloaded game with over 50 million downloads.

The company has invested in building its own gaming engine for running real-time multiplayer games that include the official ‘PAC-MAN’ game. Additionally, it has built ‘Bored’, a suite of games for remote teams that is used by teams in the UK, United States, and India.

Earlier in 2019, SuperGaming had raised $1.3 million in its seed round led by Dream Incubator, AET Fund, and Better Capital. 

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