Irish startup LinQ has closed a new funding round. The company received $2.3 million from investors, which it plans to spend on assisting mobile developers in entering the Real Money Gaming (RMG) market.

LinQ specializes in the development of fintech solutions for such games. According to the company, integrating its infrastructure into an application takes four weeks, after which the developer has a ready-to-launch RMG game.

Among LinQ's strategic partners are MY.GAMES and Azur Games.

As part of the funding round, venture firms Drive by DraftKings, Sharp Alpha Advisors, MiddleGame Ventures, and a16z SPEEDRUN invested in LinQ.

LinQ Press Release
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