Kamcord raises $7.1 million led by TransLink Capital and other investors
Kamcord has received $7.1 million led by TransLink Capital to be used for corporate purposes including app improvement and expansion in Asia.
The company is the manufacturer of software-development kits that allows game makers to add video recording their mobile apps. Last year, there were more than 1 million videos shared by gamers using Kamcord.
The investment round was also participated by other financiers including DeNA, XG Ventures, KLab, SV Angels and M&Y Growth Partners.
According to Kamcord co-founder Aditya Rathnam, “We’re really excited to work with TransLink to help us grow our operation here in the States as well as in Asia, which is a huge market for us. In terms of gaming, [Asia] is bigger than North America and Europe put together, so we’re really excited to work with them on this front.”