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Top 20 Games Deals for April 2014

Deal No. Amount Paid (USD) Company Investor/Buyer Sector Deal Type
1 $165,000,000 Bash Gaming GSN Games Games Acquisition
2 $80,000,000 LineKong Consortium Games Investment
3 $74,000,000 FunPlus Consortium Games Investment
4 $34,500,000 Azubu Sapinda Group Games Investment
5 $21,500,000 Joyme Fosun Capital Group,
BlueRun Ventures
Games Investment
6 $20,000,000 Westhouse Xiaomi Games Investment
7 $18,000,000 Machinima Warner Bros. Entertainment Games Investment
8 $6,500,000 If You Can Company Consortium Games Investment
9 $6,000,000 Next Games Consortium Games Investment
10 $5,000,000 Industrial Toys Accel Partners Games Investment
11 $4,800,000 Lezhin Entertainment NCsoft Games Investment
12 $3,300,000 RockYou Undisclosed Games Investment
13 $2,640,000 Tokyo Otaku Mode Consortium Games Investment
14 $2,467,260 SingOn Undisclosed Games Investment
15 $2,000,000 Omnidrone Consortium Games Investment
16 $2,000,000 TreSensa Consortium Games Investment
17 $1,700,000 CashBet FWH Holdings, private investors Games Investment
18 $1,490,000 Encore Gaming Undisclosed Games Investment
19 Undisclosed Green Throttle Games Google Games Acquisition
20 Undisclosed PinchPoint Sadara Ventures Games Investment

More information

  1. GSN’s $165M Bash Gaming Acquisition Nets 100X Return For Investors (TechCrunch)
  2. Mobile Game Developer LineKong Rakes in $80 Million of Series C Funding (Technode)
  3. FunPlus Raises $74M in Venture Capital Financing (FinSMEs)
  4. Twitch, MLG.TV e-sports rival Azubu secures $34.5M in latest funding round (VentureBeat)
  5. Mobile Game Portal Joyme Gets $21.5 Million Series B Funding (TechNode)
  6. Xiaomi invests $20 million in Kingsoft-owned online gaming company (Tech in Asia)
  7. Gaming video site Machinima confirms $18M round (Venture Beat)
  8. If You Can Company Raises $6.5M in Series A Funding (FinSMEs)
  9. Next Games Raises $6M in Series A Funding (FinSMEs)
  10. Industrial Toys Raises $5M From Accel To Build Tablet Games For Serious Players (TechCrunch)
  11. NCsoft invests $4.8 million in Korean web comics firm (Games Industry Biz)
  12. RockYou raises funding (SEC.GOV)
  13. Tokyo Otaku Mode gets series A funding to grow its anime estore (Yahoo SG)
  14. SingOn Raises €1.8 Million To Reinvent Karaoke (Arctic Startup)
  15. Omnidrone Raises $2M (FinSMEs)
  16. TreSensa Raises $2M in Series A Financing (FinSMEs)
  17. CashBet raises $1.7M for real-money online gambling in social/mobile games (Venture Beat)
  18. Encore Gaming raises $1.49M in venture funding (The Tennessean )
  19. Google buys the ghost of Green Throttle Games, as TV arms race gathers speed (Pandodaily)
  20. Meet PinchPoint, the 7 month-old Palestinian gaming startup that just got funding from Sadara Ventures (Wamda)

Top Games Deals for March 2014

 

Deal No. Amount Paid (USD) Company Investor/Buyer Sector Deal Type
1 $165,000,000 Bash Gaming GSN Games Games Acquisition
2 $80,000,000 LineKong Consortium Games Acquisition
3 $74,000,000 FunPlus Consortium Games Investment
4 $34,500,000 Azubu Sapinda Group Games Investment
5 $21,500,000 Joyme Fosun Capital Group,
BlueRun Ventures
Games Investment
6 $20,000,000 Westhouse Xiaomi Games Investment
7 $18,000,000 Machinima Warner Bros. Entertainment Games Investment
8 $6,500,000 If You Can Company Consortium Games Investment
9 $6,000,000 Next Games Consortium Games Investment
10 $2,467,260 SingOn Undisclosed Games Investment
11 $2,000,000 Omnidrone Consortium Games Investment
12 $2,000,000 TreSensa Consortium Games Investment
13 $1,700,000 CashBet FWH Holdings, private investors Games Investment
14 $1,490,000 Encore Gaming Undisclosed Games Investment
15 Undisclosed PinchPoint Sadara Ventures Games Investment
16 Undisclosed Green Throttle Games Google Games Acquisition

More information

  1. GSN’s $165M Bash Gaming Acquisition Nets 100X Return For Investors (TechCrunch)
  2. Mobile Game Developer LineKong Rakes in $80 Million of Series C Funding (Technode)
  3. FunPlus Raises $74M in Venture Capital Financing (FinSMEs)
  4. Twitch, MLG.TV e-sports rival Azubu secures $34.5M in latest funding round (VentureBeat)
  5. Mobile Game Portal Joyme Gets $21.5 Million Series B Funding (TechNode)
  6. Xiaomi invests $20 million in Kingsoft-owned online gaming company (Tech in Asia)
  7. Gaming video site Machinima confirms $18M round (Venture Beat)
  8. If You Can Company Raises $6.5M in Series A Funding (FinSMEs)
  9. Next Games Raises $6M in Series A Funding (FinSMEs)
  10. SingOn Raises €1.8 Million To Reinvent Karaoke (Arctic Startup)
  11. Omnidrone Raises $2M (FinSMEs)
  12. TreSensa Raises $2M in Series A Financing (FinSMEs)
  13. CashBet raises $1.7M for real-money online gambling in social/mobile games (Venture Beat)
  14. Encore Gaming raises $1.49M in venture funding (The Tennessean )
  15. Meet PinchPoint, the 7 month-old Palestinian gaming startup that just got funding from Sadara Ventures (Wamda)
  16. Google buys the ghost of Green Throttle Games, as TV arms race gathers speed (Pandodaily)

Top Games Deals for February 2014

Deal No. Amount Paid (USD) Company Investor/Buyer Sector Deal Type
1 $80,000,000 LineKong Consortium Games Investment
2 $21,500,000 Joyme Fosun Capital Group,
BlueRun Ventures
Games Investment
3 $20,000,000 Westhouse Xiaomi Games Investment
4 $6,500,000 If You Can Company Consortium Games Investment
5 $2,467,260 SingOn Undisclosed Games Investment
6 $1,700,000 CashBet FWH Holdings, private investors Games Investment
7 $1,490,000 Encore Gaming Undisclosed Games Investment

More information

  1. Mobile Game Developer LineKong Rakes in $80 Million of Series C Funding (Technode)
  2. Mobile Game Portal Joyme Gets $21.5 Million Series B Funding (TechNode)
  3. Xiaomi invests $20 million in Kingsoft-owned online gaming company (Tech in Asia)
  4. If You Can Company Raises $6.5M in Series A Funding (FinSMEs)
  5. SingOn Raises €1.8 Million To Reinvent Karaoke (Arctic Startup)
  6. CashBet raises $1.7M for real-money online gambling in social/mobile games (Venture Beat)
  7. Encore Gaming raises $1.49M in venture funding (The Tennessean )