Blast Royale famous for its amazing high-quality graphics and fascinating gameplay has raised $5M in a seed round co-led by Animoca Brands and Mechanism Capital.
First Light Games, the developer of Blast Royale, said that the funds raised will help to continue development, attract top talent and grow the Blast Royale community rapidly.
The game is being built on the Polygon L2 chain and is slowly getting ready for a testnet at the end of Q2. Investors in blockchain gaming saw the potential of this new play-to-earn, battle royale game, and one of them notably said, ” Given the progress so far and the First Light Games team’s strong pedigree of several iconic hit games, we believe that Blast Royale will be an appealing and compelling metaverse entry for a new generation of gamers.” Yat Siu, the executive chairman and co-founder of Animoca Brands.
As we said before, Animoca Brands and Mechanism Capital co-led the round with participation also from Dragonfly Capital, DeFiance Capital, Play Ventures Future Fund, Double Peak, Polygon, C² Ventures, Morningstar Ventures, DWeb3, Merit Circle, Ancient 8, AvocadoDAO as well as being backed by notable angel investors such as Santiago R Santos and Nick Chong.
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