Mobile publisher Scopely decided to support three game studios at once. The company announced an investment of $50 million.

Who received the investment:

  • Omnidrone is a mobile studio originally from Barcelona. In 2014, it was founded by people from Digital Chocolate. Now the studio has more than 100 employees;
  • Pixel Toys is a British mobile and VR developer that started working in 2012. Behind his shoulders are games such as Gunfinger, Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade, Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Realm War and Drop Dead;Tag Games are Scottish mobile outsourcers who have collaborated with Ubisoft, NaturalMotion, Paradox Interactive and other major gaming companies.
  • Since 2006, Tag Games has participated in the development of 60 projects, including CSR Racing 2, Angry Birds Action! and Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes.

Scopely did not tell how it distributed the amount of investment between the studios. All details of transactions are also unknown. It is only clear that each of them, together with Scopely, is developing its own midcore game. There is also almost no information about these titles, except that they have different genres.

Recall that in October last year, Scopely itself attracted $ 340 million from investors, and initially it planned to receive only $ 200 million. The company promised to spend this money on deals with game studios.