3D Aim Trainer secures €1 million.
3D Aim Trainer, a Dendermonde (Gent), Belgium-based operators of a free aim training multiplatform for First and Third Person Shooter gamers, announced completing fund totalling €1 million ($1.2M)
The money was raised from investors led by its existing shareholder Freshman Fund, which also participated in the initial angel round of 3D Aim Trainer back in July 2019, and included participations from Ron Doornink and Jean-Bernard Moens.
The investment will be used to expand the company’s team and bring its product to other platforms.
3D Aim Trainer, founded in 2019 by CEO Miquel Matthys and Bernd Matthys, develops software to help FPS gamers improve their aim. The software is free to use on PC, Android and iOS and allows gamers to practice and improve their aim in a variety of training levels like Tile Frenzy, supporting major competitive titles like Valorant, CSGO, Rainbow 6, Apex Legends and Overwatch, as well as third-person shooters such as Fortnite.
3D Aim Trainer has a monthly active user base of 700K and expanded its team from the original three founders to 17 full-time employees.