Another day, another multi-million funding round into a Finnish mobile game developer.
Finnish game studio Play Raven says it has secured a 4.1 million dollar (3.3 million euro) extended seed investment round.
Norwegian venture capital fund Northzone joins the company’s existing backers, which include Creandum, investor Jari Ovaskainen and London Venture Partners.
The new financing boosts the total funding the company has raised since 2013 to 7.5 million dollars.
Play Raven was formed to foster an environment that advances creativity and autonomy, said CEO Lasse Seppänen.
Play Raven, based in Helsinki, Finland, is an independent game development studio founded in 2013 by five game industry veterans.
Play Raven’s first title, Spymaster, launched globally in September 2014. Currently the team of 16 people is developing two new titles fitting the same genre.
Article published in cooperation with Good News from Finland.