Dream Games has raised $50 million in a new funding round led by Index Ventures.
Dream Games, an Istanbul, Turkey-based mobile gaming developer, announced that it has raised $50 million in new funding.
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.