14 Facts About Animoca


Animoca Brands is a Hong Kong-based game software company and venture capital company founded in 2014 by Yat Siu.

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Animoca Brands has licensed games and applications for: The Addams Family, Atari, Care Bears, Fan Controlled Football, Formula E, Manchester City FC, MotoGP, Snoop Dogg, Wonder Park, and the WWE.

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Animoca Brands' has over 380 cryptocurrency-related holdings, this include Axie Infinity, OpenSea, Dapper Labs and CryptoKitties.

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On November 15,2011, mobile games developer Animoca raised an undisclosed amount of funding in a Series A round led by Intel Capital and IDG-Accel.

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In 2014 Animoca Brands was spun out from Animoca, and the new entity listed on the Australian Securities Exchange in January 2015.

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In March 2018, Animoca Brands launched OliveX which builds mobile games to gamify the fitness industry.

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On 15 August 2018, Animoca Brands raised a $1 million investment from Sun Hung Kai and $0.

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On 18 December 2018, Animoca Brands announced that it had completed a US$547,000 placement to institutional and sophisticated investors, a portion of which would be applied towards funding its investment in artificial intelligence accelerator Zeroth.

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On 9 March 2020, Animoca Brands delisted from the Australian Securities Exchange.

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In September 2020 Animoca Brands launched the blockchain racing ERC-20 utility token "REVV" on Uniswap, which was listed on various other exchanges.

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In May 2021 Animoca Brands raised a first tranche of US$88,888,888 followed in July 2021 by the second tranche of US$50 million, both of which were based on valuation of US$1 billion.

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In December 2021, Binance and Animoca Brands launched a $200 million investment program to offer funding for blockchain games.

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On March 15,2022, Animoca Brands announced it would shut down the F1 Delta Time game the next day.

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Animoca announced plans to replace the game's non-functional NFTs with equivalent tokens for REVV Racing, a separate game which doesn't have Formula 1 branding.

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