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Homa raises $100m in Series B funding round

The investment comes a year after the Paris-based mobile games publisher raised $65m

Mobile games publisher Homa Games announced that it has raised $100 million in a Series B funding round.

Last year the company amassed a total of $65 million in funding.

The company was founded by CEO Daniel Nathan and chief revenue officer Le Bas in 2018. It is based in Paris, Ile-de-France.

Homa has gone on to publish mobile titles such as Sky Roller, Aquarium Land, and Z Defense. Its services also include providing developer tool kits to game creators.

With the new investment the company said that it intends to grow both its workforce and business operations.

The funding round was led by Quadrille Capital and Headline. It also included participation from Northzone, Fabric Ventures, Bpifrance, Eurazeo and Singular.

"This new round of funding is a testament to the boundless ambition of our team," said Nathan.

"Homa's technology is helping game studios of all sizes elevate their potential, starting by working on the right idea, speeding up production, making better decisions with data, and distributing their app across the world."

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