Makers Fund

Makers Fund

Makers Fund is a venture capital firm focused on the interactive entertainment industry.

Makers Fund is a venture capital firm that focuses on the entertainment industry. The firm was established in 2017 and is based in San Francisco, California. They prefer to invest in seed, Series A and Series B rounds.

Makers Fund works to encourage interactive entertainment innovation with capital, access to their network, and strategic guidance, especially in Asia. Their team travels globally to work closely with founders and promote knowledge sharing and collaboration.

Investment

Makers Fund's investments include Genvid Technologies, Bossa Studios, Dream Games, Two Hat, Unit 2 Games, Atomontage, Medal, Redhill Games and Activ8.

Their exited investments include Bossa Studios and SuperData Research.

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Rune

A mobile application company connecting gamers to like-minded teammates. Its headquarters are located in New York City, New York and the company was founded in 2018.

Klang Games is a Berlin-based company.

PopDog is a Los Angeles-based company.

TeacherGaming is a Finland-based educational technology company.

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CeCe Cheng

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Jay Chi

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Michael K. Cheung

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Richie Zhu

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Ryann Lai

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Ingrid Lunden
September 9, 2019
TechCrunch
Fully autonomous cars may (or may not) be just around the corner, but in the meantime, a startup that's building in-car apps to help human drivers pass the time when behind the wheel has raised a round of funding. Drivetime -- which makes voice-based trivia quizzes, games and interactive stories that people can play while [...]
Ingrid Lunden
September 9, 2019
TechCrunch
Fully autonomous cars may (or may not) be just around the corner, but in the meantime, a startup that's building in-car apps to help human drivers pass the time when behind the wheel has raised a round of funding. Drivetime -- which makes voice-based trivia quizzes, games and interactive stories that people can play while [...]

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