NEWS ➢ F2P MOBA Predecessor Secures $20M in Series A Funding

Indie game developer Omeda Studios has closed a $20M Series A round of funding for its upcoming free to play MOBA game Predecessor, which development started in 2018 using assets from Epic’s Paragon.

$20M Series A second funding round

Strong of its nearly 50,000 fans on Discord and over 250,000 closed beta sign-ups, Omeda Studios successfully closed a second round of funding of its upcoming MOBA.
Led by Haveli Investments, the $20M Series A round, which also included existing investors, follows a $2.2M Seed round and will be used to expand the London-based game studio and accelerate the launch of Predecessor into Early Access later this year on PC via Steam and Epic Games Store.

Brian Sheth, Founder, CEO of Haveli said: “Robbie and his team have built an engaged community and game using a player-first approach that is incredibly exciting and holds the potential to rapidly become part of the pantheon of the great MOBAs. All of us at Haveli are looking forward to the great things to come from Robbie and Omeda.

About Predecessor

Omeda started building its first game, Predecessor, in 2018 using assets from Epic’s Paragon after they were made available for the public. Predecessor is a fast paced third-person MOBA where players choose from a cast of powerful heroes with unique abilities and distinct roles to compete in teams. The third-person aspect offers an alternative to most MOBA games played with the isometric view. Other similar F2P games are on their way such as like Fault and Overprime.

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Posted on: June 30, 2022 - by Mike (admin)
Category: F2P NEWS
Tags: Announcement, Funding, moba, multiplayer, PC, Windows