Seattle startup AccelByte raises $10M to help developers build multiplayer online games

09 Sep, 2021

Seattle startup AccelByte raises $10M to help developers build multiplayer online games
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– Seattle-based startup AccelByte has raised $10m funding.
– The funding was led by New York-based VC firm Galaxy Interactive, with additional funding from the Hangzhou-based NetEase, which publishes many mobile games for the Chinese market; the South Korean firm KRAFTON, publisher/developer of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds; and Dreamhaven, which was launched late last year in Irvine, Calif., by departing Blizzard CEO/co-founder Mike Morhaime.
– AccelByte’s overall suite of tools is intended to provide necessary programs and scalable architecture to game developers that plan to operate “games-as-a-service” (GaaS) — releases that make their money from in-app purchases or subscription fees rather than a single up-front purchase price.

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