Pocket Burger – New developer studio

Pocket Burger Games, a new remote and creator-first game development studio building popular casual mobile games, announced it closed its Seed round with lead investor SISU Game Ventures, with the participation of RLC Ventures and Aream & Co for $1 Million to advance development.

RLC Ventures and Aream & Co for $1 Million to advance development hire new talent and prepare for the release of future titles for iOS, Google Play and other platforms. The investment represents SISU Game Ventures first investment in a UK games studio.

Creative team of Pocket Burger

Pocket Burger Games is currently a creative team of five developers, who have worked on massive hits across the industry, including at Space Ape Games, Next Games, Gram Games, Lionhead and Rovio Entertainment. This investment round gives Pocket Burger the ability to grow its team to launch and grow its first of many titles.

Mitchell Smallman, co-founder and CEO of Pocket Burgers Games Said: “It’s about finding games that SHOULD have existed by now. We’re not an idea team, we’re an audience team. Our goal is that every Pocket Burger Game has an audience that says “finally, a game for me!” and we deliver for them.”

History of Pocket Burger

Founded in 2021, Pocket Burger Games was created to explore a “Fantasy First” approach to game development and a deep desire to create a creator-first development culture that respects and cares deeply about the people who create games, with unlimited vacation and “Off-Menu” Fridays where creators decide how their time is best spent. The co-founders have all come from leadership positions at groundbreaking mobile studios such as Space Ape, Gram Games and Rovio, and intend to use their learnings in top-grossing games with millions in players to find the next mass-market hit.

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