1939 Games announced a $1.9 million investment led by Icelandic VC fund Crowberry Capital, Sisu Game Ventures and its CEO Hilmar Veigar Pétursson.
1939 Games, a Reykjavik, Iceland-based indie games developer, announced closing in a $1.9 million investment.
The proceeds will be used for the development of its gaing title, Kards, and create a mobile version.
1939 Games, founded in 2015 by by former CCP Games employees, Ívar Kristjánsson (CEO) and his brother, Guðmundur Kristjánsson (Creative Director), developed Kard, a Second World War-themed digital card game, which has now over 100,000 weekly active users.
Prior to this round, 1939 raised $2 million in venture money (including from Tencent) and about $1 million in grants from Icelandic governemental agencies.