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Beamable raises over $10m in funding

Backend technology provider to expand operations for live service games support

Today, live service tool provider Beamable announced that it has raised over $10 million in funding.

The company aims to use that investment to expand its business operations for supporting live service games.

The funding round was led by Companyon Ventures and GrandBanks Capital. They were joined by new investor Gutbrain Ventures.

"Although engines like Unity and Unreal have made it easier to author 3D experiences, the workflow and infrastructure to enable games with sophisticated economies and communities has lagged far behind," said Beamable CEO Jon Radoff.

"We empower game makers of all sizes to go directly from their imagination to a game of any scale."

Last year, Disruptor Beam rebranded as Beamable as the former developer shifted to provide backend technology to free-to-play games.

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