Scopely said it is profitable and growing, but it will use the money to accelerate its merger and acquisition (M) and investment strategy, expanding its portfolio of games across new genres and intellectual property.
Existing investors who also participated include Greycroft Partners, Revolution Growth, and Sands Capital Ventures.
Last year, acquisitions totaled $22 billion in the game industry.
Scopely’s big games include Star Trek: Fleet Command, Looney Tunes World of Mayhem, WWE Champions 2019, The Walking Dead: Road To Survival, Yahtzee With Buddies, and Wheel of Fortune: Free Play.
At the end of 2018, the company added two new games to its portfolio: Looney Tunes World of Mayhem and Star Trek: Fleet Command.
The latter was created with the recently acquired Digit Game Studios and is now Scopely’s fastest-growing title ever.