By Brian Kovalesky, StartUp Beat Editor
Today’s early-stage startup funding and acquisitions news:
Gramble World, a Netherlands-based social gaming network with a charity component, has raised an additional $2 million in Seed funding. This is part of several Seed and Angel funding rounds since January 2012, now totaling more than $7 million. This round came from existing investor Novamedia and unnamed Angels. The startup makes mobile social games that enable players to donate to a list of charitable causes via their gameplay, through “revenue sharing.” It was founded in 2012.
HQ: The Hague, Netherlands
Founders: Jon Butterfield, Viral Patel, Adam JT Palmer, Simon J Toovey
Year Founded: 2012
Investors: Novamedia, Angaros Group, Doone Fund
Innovation: Mobile social games that enable players to donate to a list of charitable causes through their gameplay.
Total Funding: $7 million+
(Sources: Gramble World, TechCrunch, CrunchBase)
More funding and acquisitions news…
Vungle raises $6.5 million in Series A funding (via VatorNews)
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