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Netspeak Games Receives $12 Million Funding

Netspeak Games

United Kingdom based game developer Netspeak Games has officially completed a Series A investment round of $12 million, which was led by venture capital firms LakeStar and Project A and a host of other contributors.

Makers Fund, CCP CEO Hilmar Veigar Pétursson, Jagex CEO Phil Mansell and Kepler Interactive investment director Catherine Chew were also contributors.

Netspeak Games, which was founded in 2019 and has built a team of former employees of some major games companies, has raised $16 million in funding to date and the Series A round brings them to new heights.

“I’m thrilled on behalf of my whole team that I get to share this funding news today,” said CEO Callum Brighting (h/t

“Building a company during a pandemic has been a challenge – but I’m pleased to say that by being supportive, kind and continuing to prioritise our studio culture above everything else, we are now a world-class team backed by industry leading investors.”

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