PlayEmber, a Web3 game monetization network, has secured $2.3 million in a pre-seed round sponsored by Shima Capital. According to a press statement from the startup, the round also included investments from Big Brain Holdings, Hyperithm, Warburg Serres, Lyrik Ventures, and Huobi Ventures. https://twitter.com/play_ember/status/1592593218189004800
PlayEmber Facilitate Gaming Migration
Through a Unity-based software package that employs a unique monetization method, PlayEmber seeks to facilitate the migration of gaming advertising revenue from the web2 industry to the web3 market. Hugo Furneaux and Jon Hook, the co-founders of the business, have worked extensively for and with game businesses, including Voodoo, Lion Studios, Homa Games, and BoomBit. In an interview with PocketGamer.biz, PlayEmber described how it began as a publishing house for games and game development. According to the release notes, the platform will leverage the current games studio to expedite its expansion.
NEAR Foundation Strategic Help
Additionally, the NEAR Foundation, a charity that promotes the ecosystem of the NEAR protocol, provided the firm with considerable strategic assistance. The beta version of PlayEmber is currently operational. According to the business, the money will be used to hasten the expansion of the workforce and network.