Pragma raises $12m in Series A funding

Investment to help build backend-as-a-service offering for game studios

Today Pragma announced that it has raised $12 million in Series A funding.

The funding round was led by Greylock Partners, along with investments from Zynga, Oculus, Cloudera, and existing investors Upfront Ventures and Advancit Capital.

Along with the funding announcement, the developer shared that Accompany founder Amy Chang has joined their board of directors.

Founded in 2019 by Eden Chen and Chris Cobb, former Riot Games engineering lead, Pragma provides a "back-end as a service" solution for online games, covering accounts, player data, lobbies, match matching, social systems, telemetry, and store fulfillment.

Last year, Pragma raised $4.2 million in a seed funding round.

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