Toronto's Fuse Powered Nabs $2 Million for Mobile Game Publishing

Fuse Powered has raised $2 million in seed funding from BlackBerry Partners Fund and NFQ Ventures, we have confirmed.

The Toronto-based company said it will use the funding to launch several mobile games over the next couple of months with developer and brand partners. To do so, it will be hiring and adding to its technology infrastructure.

Founded in 2009, Fuse’s software analytics help developers monitor a game’s performance and monetization and determine what marketing efforts are best to aid with discovery.

Most of its games so far have been built for Apple’s iPhone. Titles include Dawn of the Dead, Swarm Killer App, Jaws and Zoo Toss.


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