• The 30-something founders of a gaming startup raised $21 million to take on 'Fortnite'

    22 days ago - By Chron

    Oh BiBi
    Mobile games studio Oh BiBi has raised $21 million in an investment round led by Atomico, with participation from French VC fund Korelya Capital.
    Oh BiBi will switch focus from racing games to a new one-on-one shooter called "FRAG."
    Oh BiBi's founder Martial Valery thinks "FRAG" will be able to compete with the hugely popular battle-royale game "Fortnite."
    Paris-based mobile games studio Oh BiBi has raised $21 million and now hopes to take on "Fortnite."
    The series B investment was led by Atomico, which has previously backed games companies such as Supercell and Rovio , with...
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  • Oh BiBi raises $21 million for its mobile gaming studio

    22 days ago - By Tech Crunch

    French startup Oh BiBi raised $21 million from Atomico with Korelya Capital also participating. Oh BiBi is a team of mobile gaming veterans trying to build the next big thing when it comes to mobile gaming.
    The company has already released a handful of games, such as LoL Kart, Motor World Car Factory, Dino Factory and SUP Multiplayer Racing. But the company's next big bet is Frag .
    Frag is an online first-person shooter. You'll fight against other players in one-on-one matches. There's a metagame element as well - you'll need to put together your team of characters as you can swap between...
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  • The 30-something founders of a gaming startup raised $21 million to take on 'Fortnite'

    The 30-something founders of a gaming startup raised $21 million to take on 'Fortnite'

    22 days ago - By Business Insider

    Mobile games studio Oh BiBi has raised $21 million in an investment round led by Atomico, with participation from French VC fund Korelya Capital.
    Oh BiBi will switch focus from racing games to a new one-on-one shooter called "FRAG."
    Oh BiBi's founder Martial Valery thinks "FRAG" will be able to compete with the hugely popular battle-royale game "Fortnite."
    Paris-based mobile games studio Oh BiBi has raised $21 million and now hopes to take on "Fortnite."
    The series B investment was led by Atomico, which has previously backed games companies such as Supercell and Rovio , with participation...
    Read more ...