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Overwolf, which enables the development of mods for PC games, received an investment of $ 52.5 million


Founded in 2009 by Alan Rabinowitz, Gil Or, Bir Finkelstein and Uri Marchand, Overwolf allows mods to be easily added to popular games.

As an initiative that offers solutions for gamers who want to create mods and additional tools for PC games, Overwolf announced that it has received a new investment. According to the information provided by Overwolf, the startup received an investment of $ 52.5 million in the C series investment round.

Founded in 2009 by Alon Rabinovitz, Gil Or, Nir Finkelstein and Uri Marchand, Overwolf allows mods to be easily added to popular games. Let’s also share that more than 90 thousand mods have been developed on the Overwolf platform, which has more than 30 thousand content producers.

According to the information we have obtained from the initiative, Overwolf has 18 million active monthly users out of thousands of games. These games include very popular productions such as Minecraft, World of Warcraft, and Fortnite. Overwolf, one of the companies that grew with the pandemic, also managed to increase its revenues by 300 percent during this period.

The new $ 52.5 million investment was made under the joint leadership of Griffin Gaming Partners and Insight Partners. In addition to Griffin Gaming Partners and Insight Partners, let’s add that Ubisoft, Warner Music Group, Meg Whitman, Gen.G co-founder Kevin Chou, Marker, Intel Capital and Liberty Media participated in the C Series investment tour.

With the new investment of 52.5 million dollars, the total investment received by the enterprise so far has reached 74.7 million dollars. Announcing its new service CurseForge Core with the investment, Overwolf offers an SDK that can be directly integrated into the game itself to facilitate the creation of mods with CurseForge Core.

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