Thirdverse Raises $15 Million In The Funding Round Led By MZ Web3 Fund
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For the purpose of creating Web3 and virtual reality games, Thirdverse revealed that it had secured $15 million in investment through a third-party funding round.
The funds will help the Tokyo-based company expand its global search for game developers and other experts. Additionally, it will create fresh Web3 and VR games.
Excited to share that Thirdverse has secured $15M in funding round! We will continue to work hard and aim for the world with blockchain and VR games Thank you to @VentureBeat for the press coverage https://t.co/Im8enODfJz— Thirdverse_US (@Thirdverse_US) November 23, 2022
Investor MZ Web3 Fund is the principal, 8DAO, B Dash Ventures, Double Jump.tokyo, Fenbushi Capital, Flick Shot, Holdem Capital, Kusabi, OKCoinJapan, OKX Ventures, and Yield Guild Games, also supported the Tokyo-based Web3 and VR gaming company.
With this most recent round, Thirdverse has now raised $33 million in funding.
Hironao Kunimitsu, Thirdverse CEO, in a statement:
“After significant growth in the past year, and with many projects in development and about to start development, we’re proud to enter a new stage of more accelerated growth for Thirdverse.”
Additionally, the company is developing its first blockchain game. It established a relationship with Polygon earlier this month, and by the end of the year, Captain Tsubasa Rivals would be released on the chain.
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