KIXEYE

KIXEYE

United States
Founded in 2007, KIXEYE (formerly Casual Collective) is an independent game developer that makes games for gamers by gamers. Responsible for popular titles like Desktop Defender, Backyard Monsters, Battle Pirates and War Commander. KIXEYE is the first to deliver proper game play experiences on social networks. The company is based in San Francisco and backed by Trinity Ventures and Lightspeed Venture Partners.
Founded date
01/01/2007
# of employees
251-500
Company type
For Profit

General & financials

Estimated revenue
$10M to $50M
# of funders
3
Founders
David Scott, Paul Preece, Will Harbin
Industry group
Gaming, Software

Founding

Top 5 investors
Lightspeed Venture Partners, Ridge Ventures, Trinity Ventures, Icon Ventures, Armentum Partners
# of funding runds
5
Last founding
$20.000.000
Total funded
$42.100.000

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