New York HTML5 game distributor TreSensa bags $2M in Series A round

March 5
2:05 PM 2014

Mobile game developer and distributor TreSensa closed a $2-million Series A financing led by Caribou Asset Management. The round brings the firm's total raised capital to $3.5 million, according to TechCrunch.

Other investors in the funding round are Jason Glickman and Andrew Reis of Tremor Video, Ben Barokas of AdMeld, and David Pecker of American Media. Under the terms of the investment deal, Caribou principal Michael Elkins will take a seat in the company's board, the report detailed.

TreSensa is a company that provides tools for HTML5 games for mobile web. Chie Executive Officer (CEO) Robert Grossberg said one of the advantages of the mobile web is its versatility. Users will be able to play their games no matter what kind of device is used. In addition, these kinds of mobile games can be easily shared on social networks, the report explained.

Although the company mostly caters to independent game developers, TreSensa has struck a partnership with HBO to launch a game based on True Blood called True Survival, TechCrunch reported.

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