Digital Insight Games Raises $7.5M in Series A Funding

Digital Insight GamesWeb3 developer and publisher based in Los Angeles (CA), elicited $7.5M Series A funding. Griffin Gaming Partners and Hivemind Capital led the round, along with Hunt Technology Ventures and RSE Ventures and Signum Growth Investments. The company plans to use the funds for growth and expansion. Currently, they are looking for developers, artists, marketing/community, Web3/blockchain technology, and publishing talent. Digital Insight Games was founded by Jack Sheng, and Jon Van Caneghem. It is a Web3 Games company and an independent publisher and studio that produces interactive entertainment products. Its goal is to create a Web3 AAA-level experience with a tech platform that enables next-generation in-game digital economies using blockchain technology and NFTs. This company is pioneering the Games-as-a-Service 2.0 (GaaS/Live Services 2.0) roadmap. It includes Free-to-Play 2.0, GaaS/Live 2.0, online marketplaces and NFT/blockchain gaming. DIG is a remote-first, decentralized company that has regional bases in Vancouver, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Austin.

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