Video game developer ProbablyMonsters has raised $200M in Series A funding, the company announced Wednesday. Funding will expand long-term features for its three studios and enhance employees’ benefits, while also opening the door for future teams and IP’s in new genres. “We have three big priorities that we’re moving forward with right now,” Ryan told The Hollywood Reporter, adding that the first is proving his teams with “meaningful gaming careers over the long term” and ensuring they will be able to eventually retire well from the company.
ProbablyMonsters Unveils $200M Funding Round to Support Long-Term Growth
September 1, 2021