Dream Games has raised $50 million in a new funding round led by Index Ventures.

United Kingdom Turkey Hong Kong 01 March 2021
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Dream Games, an Istanbul, Turkey-based mobile gaming developer, announced that it has raised $50 million in new funding.

The money, which represents a Series A round, was raised from investors led by Index Ventures, and included contributions from Balderton Capital and Makers Fund.

Dream Games, founded in 2019 by CEO Soner Aydemir, Ikbal Namli, Hakan Saglam, Eren Sengul and  Serdar Yilmaz, is working on a first title, Royal Match (on both iOS and Android), in which players are tasked with helping King Robert restore his royal castle “to its former glory” by rebuilding it through a series of match-3 levels and obstacles, with new rooms, royal chambers and gardens making up the different levels of the game.

The title was launched first as a limited test on iOS and Android in the U.K. and Canada in 2020 and had 1 million downloads and 200,000 daily average users prior to its official laucnh, which coincides with the funding round.

Dream Games has a team of 30 people and previously raised $7.5 million.

Total investments received (USD): 57.5M
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