AviaGames raises $40M to diversify mobile skill-based gaming
AviaGames has raised $40 million to diversify mobile skill-based gaming, where players can compete against each other for cash prizes. The funding is a pretty big win for the female founders of the Mountain View, California-based AviaGames, and it’s an endorsement for their strategy of creating an inclusive competition platform for everybody. But it’s a competitive market. AviaGames hopes to catch up to rivals such as Skillz, which went public in December.
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When it comes to competitive skill-based games, Pocket7Games offers one of the best mobile experiences the App Store has to offer. Now, things have just gotten even better. Pocket7Games is celebrating its second anniversary and releasing plenty of features and deals to commemorate the occasion. With an all-new game mode, extra bonuses, and even additional ways to win cash, you won’t want to miss the week-long celebration.
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As casual gaming gets bigger and bigger, AviaGames has received top-tier funding from Makers Fund and Galaxy Digital. Led by Founder and CEO, Vickie Yanjuan Chen, AviaGames is primarily focused on mobile skill-based games. With her strong leadership experience as a driving force, AviaGames’ vision to create a top global game competition platform that’s easy for everyone to play, and win real money, seems destined to succeed.