Guild management platform Infinity Force raised $5.5 million in a seed funding round led by Animoca Brands. The investments will be used to further scale the platform’s functionality and facilitate the transition into Infinity Force DAO.
Animoca Brands were not alone in their support for the Singapore-based blockchain gaming start up, as the funding round also included investments from Jump Capital, SkyVision Capital, OKEx Blockdream Ventures, MEXC, GSR, Double Peak Group, Tokenbay Capital, LD Capital, DWeb3 and others.
The investment will allow Infinity Force to further pursue its mission of becoming the underlying infrastructure necessary for gaming guild communities to thrive in, as the funds give the company more opportunity to onboard the many guilds and players that will arise from the ample amount of play-to-earn releases expected in 2022.
The investments will also allow Infinity Force to continue hiring the best talent in the industry, whilst also giving them extra funds to invest in NFT assets for its internal players and guilds to use.
Animoca Brands Co-Founder and Executive Chairman, Yat Siu, was of full admiration for the platform when commenting on the funding round: “The team at Infinity Force is breaking down the barriers of entry for P2E while empowering communities across the globe with the tools and resources to systemize player onboarding, performance and scalability. We are proud to lead the investment and to support Infinity Force’s vision to make the open metaverse more accessible.”
Further announcements regarding the development of the full functionality of Infinity Force, as well as its transition into becoming a decentralized autonomous organization, will be available through its social media and official website.
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