Hitmarker reported that the esports and gaming site made £ 521,283 in seven days of crowdfunding stocks, beating its original target by 260 percent.
The British company invests in key markets such as Brazil, Spain and the Asia-Pacific region. The investment will expand your service.
487 investors from 50 countries invested in the Hitmarkers campaign on Crowdcube, with one member investing £ 250,000.
The announcement states that the investment is from a distinguished figure in the industry, whose identity will be demonstrated after the Crowdcube process and legal review are conducted.
The company originally intended to raise at least £ 200,000 for a 4% stake. After increasing the amount twice, Hitmarker exceeded its equity crowdfunding target for the second year in a row. Investments in 2020 are 2.5 times higher than in November 2019 compared to last year's campaign.
“We were much more optimistic than last year, commented Richard Huggan, Managing Director of Hitmarker, on this announcement. Not only because Hitmarker is already active in a much broader market, but also because there is a network of existing investors.
“Even so, we have all been overwhelmed by the response from our community and the broader video game industry. We would like to thank those who have placed their trust in us and promise that we will continue to work hard to reward him. “
Although Hitmarker closed the round early and is now planning an extension while the crowdfunding campaign lasted 30 days.
Richard Huggan, CEO & Managing Director, said, “We are much more confident about this increase than we were last year. Not only because of a network of existing investors, but also because of Hitmarker is now operating in a much broader market.
“We have many goals that this money will help us to achieve. Not only will we be creating new platforms for unique areas, but also a whole host of new features. We all look forward to expanding our team, improving our product and continuing to support the video game and esports culture. “
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