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A16Z invested in the Avatars platform for metavselnaya Wolf3D
The Ready Player Me Startup Wolf3D launa closed $ 56 million. It was headed by Andreessen Horowitz (A16Z).
We’ve Closed a $ 56m Series B Funding Round Led by @Tocelot from @a16z Games Fund One and @cdixon from @a16z Crypto!https: // t.Co/Yevo5xfl7b
– Ready Player Me (@RreadyPlayerme) August 23, 2022
Funding was also provided by Konvoy Ventures, Collab Currency, Plural Platform, Hartbeat Ventures, Roblox co -founder David Baszuki and Twitch co -founder Justin Kan Kan Kan Kan.
The startup expects to increase the number of specialists by the end of the year – from 50 to 100.
Wolf3D is known for creating a system of avatars for Tencent, Wargaming, Huawei, Verizon and HTC.
To form a database of persons for Ready Player ME, the company scanned more than 20 thousand people with about 100 cameras.
Users can create avatars on the platform for free, and developers can integrate Ready Player ME into applications and without costs get ready to use developments. Among the https://gagarin.news/ 3252 customers of startup VRChat, Spatial, Hiber, Pixelnx, Adidas, RTFKT and Dior.
In an interview with The Block CEO Wolf3d, Timmu Toku said that the next step will be the creation of “Content tools” for avatars – accessories.
“Any individual artist can take part, create assets and sell them in the open market”, He explained.
According to Toke, Ready Player Me receives income from the sale of game assets through partners.
Recall that in December 2021, the Ready Player Me team attracted $ 13 million.
Previously, Konvoy Ventures launched a fund for $ 150 million with a focus on Web3 games.
According to Dappradar, Gamefi and metavselnaya in the second quarter showed the best dynamics in the conditions of a bear market.
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