Paris-based mobile gaming startup Homa announced on Wednesday that it has raised $100 million in a Series B funding round.
The round was co-led by Quadrille Capital and Headline, and also saw participation from Northzone, Fabric Ventures, Bpifrance (Large Venture), Eurazeo and Singular.
Founded in 2018 by Daniel Hathan and Olivier Le Bas, Homa’s data-driven tools aim to help mobile game developers simplify and accelerate their building and publishing process, and also optimize their monetization and growth.
Since its founding, it has teamed up with over 1.000 studios / developers, published more than 80 titles and garnered over 1 billion downloads. Last year, the start-up raised $65 million in a Series A funding round. With the new round, Homa has now received a total of $165 million in investments so far.
The start-up, which currently has more than 160 employees, partnered with Sorare earlier this year to enter the Web3 space. Using the fresh funding money, Homa plans to expand investments in tech and data products, make strategic acquisitions,enter into new partnerships and also grow its team.
Homa’s Founder and CEO Daniel Hathan said: ”This new round of funding is a testament to the boundless ambition of our team. Homa’s technology is helping game studios of all sizes elevate their potential, starting by working on the right idea, speeding up production, making better decisions with data, and distributing their app across the world. We are excited to help many more studios and to connect players with amazing gaming experiences.”