Superbloom, a brand new studio centered on constructing modernized way of life cellular video games for ladies, has raised $3 million to assemble a core workforce of designers and engineers to develop its debut title.
The funding spherical was led by Bitkraft Ventures with participation from 1Up Ventures and Joakim Achrén Syndicate.
Based by former EA, Glu, and Dots veterans Emily Yim and Ksusha Zito, Superbloom needs to develop titles with distinctive way of life content material niches that have not been gamified but, equivalent to crafting to tablescaping.
“Girls deserve video games which are designed with their pursuits in thoughts. Though the core demographic of way of life video games are largely millennial and gen x girls, the identical demographic isn’t seen within the make-up of the studios,” commented Superbloom CEO and co-founder, Emily Yim.
“We plan to make use of our strengths as a female-founded workforce, and lean into new developments within the way of life house to create elevated video games that concentrate on the various pursuits of girls and construct a neighborhood round our viewers.”
The studio will try to create a office tradition that services open collaboration, sincere respectful communication, and intentional inclusivity. Superbloom intends to rent as much as 12 extra folks within the subsequent 18 months because it continues to scale up.