Int3 secures SEK 1.1M from Chalmers Ventures and Almi Invest
Int3, a Gothenburg, Sweden-based startup working on an anti-cheating technology for gaming industry, announced securing SEK 1.1M ($130k) in investment money. The funds comes from Almi Invest and Chalmers Ventures, shortly after the company received a Vinnova grant of SEK 300k.
Int3, founded in 2017 by Andreas Hansson, Karl Svartholm and Pierre Lindblad, developed an all encompassing security solution for the gaming industry. The software detects malicious code and various types of programming activities from users that aim to gain benefits in gaming.
Int3 also announced that they started working with Stunlock Studios for their newly released game, Battlerite.