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"The Resolution Games team is at the forefront of innovation for VR and AR games. The background, market leadership and innovation of the team are unsurpassed. We are very pleased that your team has set itself the goal of establishing even more standards for the VR and AR gaming markets, "said Catherine KC Leung, co-founder and general partner of MizMaa Ventures.
The resolution now has a total of 13.5 Millions of dollars into the financing, leading to a valuation of $ 87.5 million, and the final round will help expand the Intellectual Property Library of Augmented and Virtual Reality games.
"We're glad very much that these high profile thought leaders join our team and see the continued support of our current investors. With this group, we can work towards scaling and be better prepared to take advantage of the more mature marketplace, "said Tommy Palm, CEO and co-founder of Resolution Games," Each of our investors share our incredible enthusiasm for the future of Visual computing. With the great interest we see in the industry around our titles, coupled with the exciting new platforms such as the Oculus Quest, we expect bigger ones to say that these are exciting times.
Resolutions AR titles include
Angry Birds: First Person Slingshot, recently released for Magic Leap One, and Bait! Under the Surface, an upcoming mobile AR app based on the studio's popular VR game
Augmented Reality is gaining increasing attention from Google's investment poor this year, and the company is supporting funding rounds of AR cloud companies
Blue Vision and Ubiquity6 and Neural Interface Maker CTRL Labs. Google also has capital in Magic Leap and Jaunt invests in AR, among others.
Although Apple and Google integrated AR AR features into its respective mobile operating systems through ARKit and ARCore, we have not seen AR's gaming segment yet. Sure, Pokemon GO has shown that the technology may succeed, but this gold mine has not been replicated to this day.
And it may not really stand out until the consumer headsets a nkommen. Resolution itself has pointed out in the decision to skip mobile and go directly to Magic Leap for Rovio AR debut of Angry Birds.
"We have always focused on innovation and the adoption of emerging technologies and platforms and we are driving forward thinking that the future of AR is head-mounted devices, so Magic Leap was a logical platform for us to develop It's exciting to see what's available to developers and how they can change the gameplay, "Martin Vilcans, CTO of Resolution Games, said Next Reality
Nonetheless, AR Gaming seems to be a lucrative area. For patient investors, a company that has developed the ability to develop games for phones and headsets seems to be a good bet to hedge between short-term returns while the long-game is being played for wearables.
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