Supercell, the developer of Clash of Clans, recently invests $2.8 Million in 2UP, a New Zealand based game studio. The Co-founder of 2UP, Joe Raeburn, thanked Supercell for the huge support to them by the investment. He mentioned that they are proud to be working with one of the best mobile game development companies. Moreover, the Developer Relations Lead of Supercell, Jaakko Harlas, mentioned that it’s going to be their first investment in New Zealand, for which they are highly excited.
What Supercell had to say
After the investment, Jaakko Harlas quoted:
He also added: “With 2UP Games, we’re also excited about our first investment in New Zealand, both for the creative hub that it is, and as a testament to how games and game development are a force for unity – regardless of physical distance.
2UP is a New Zealand based mobile games studio and was co-founded by Joe Raeburn and Tim Knauf. The company is currently hiring people and has opened new opportunities for qualified individuals. Joe Raeburn, on 2UP’s Official website, stated that the hiring process is completely online because of the prevailing conditions due to COVID 19 pandemic. 2UP is basically a remote-studio for Co-op mobile games in Aotearoa, New Zealand which is backed by great advisors and has expertise in their fields.
Their mission is not only to bring the experience of co-op games to thousands of players but also to target more than millions of players every day. 2UP mainly focuses to attract a massive audience and make co-op mobile games according to their needs.
In 2UP’s blog, Joe Raeburn quoted: “Sometimes humans suck at co-operating. We need more practice! That’s why we’re making games for billions of people to play co-op every day,” which clearly shows that they’re all set to bring fire in the co-op mobile gaming industry.
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