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Social network for gamers without exceptions: Gameram raises $500 000

Wednesday, July 21, 2021

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Gameram, a social network for gamers, raises $500 000 from GEM Capital. According to Kirill Gursky, head of Games & Entertainment at GEM Capital, the project’s founder Filipp Gladkov refused to raise the large sum. “As a matter of fact, I do not need the money right now. I have a team, and we are working,” the latter says.

The video game market is growing steadily, and experts predict the industry will exceed $138B in revenue in 2021. And during the pandemic, interest in mobile gaming as the most accessible form of gameplay among all demographics has grown. This has not gone unnoticed by Philip Gladkov, former head of studio Pixonic, which was bought by the Group.

Gladkov has launched a social network, where users can share successes from any game in the form of screenshots. At the same time, the project does not “turn its back” on casual game fans, giving them an equal opportunity to share their success with subscribers.

“Gaming is becoming more and more a part of our lives, and there is no universally successful social network where people can share photos and videos of game characters, items, events and achievements within their community,” says Kirill Gursky from GEM Capital.

21 Jul 2021


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