Overwolf Raises $16 Million in Series B Funding Led by Intel Capital, With Participation From Liberty Technology Venture Fund, and Marker
Overwolf, a Profitable Open Platform for Game Apps and Services, Will Use the New Funds to Accelerate the Growth of the Overwolf Developer Ecosystem
Overwolf announced a $16 Million round of funding led by Intel Capital, with additional investments from Liberty Technology Venture Capital as well as existing investors.
Overwolf is building an open platform of game apps and in-game services, with over 10 million monthly active players across mobile and desktop. Overwolf’s mission is to generate value for every gamer in every game by empowering 3rd-party creators and developers. Overwolf provides gamers hundreds of useful apps for popular PC and mobile games, from real-time coaching services, analytics solutions, video recording tools and much more.
Being an open platform obsessed with the developer experience, Overwolf intends to heavily invest into new and innovative tools that give developers a best-in-class app publishing experience. Overwolf’s goal is to generate more value for developers of all sizes – from private independent contributors to venture-backed startups and large corporate developers.
“This round of funding marks a new chapter in Overwolf’s journey, and these resources will enable us to do more for our community of developers and partners than ever before,” said Uri Marchand, Overwolf CEO. “Through our close collaboration with Intel, which shares our passion for building open and neutral ecosystems, we’re bringing our developer partners features that will help their business grow,” he continued.
This is Overwolf’s third investment round after a seed round in mid-2011 and a series-A round at the end of 2013. The company is growing swiftly and recruiting for its Tel Aviv site.
“Overwolf’s position as a platform that serves millions of gamers, coupled with its partnership with top developers, means that Intel’s investment will convert into more value for PC gamers worldwide,” said John Bonini, VP and GM of VR, Esports and Gaming at Intel. “Intel has always prioritized gamers with high performance, industry-leading hardware. This round of investment in Overwolf advances Intel’s vision to deliver a holistic PC experience that will enhance the ways people interact with their favorite games on the software side as well.”
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