Luxembourg-based startup that helps video game makers design and predict game economies, Machinations has raised €3.07 million in funding. The Series A financing will help it to grow its team and add new features and services to its customers.
Founded in 2018 by Joris Dormans and Mihai Gheza, the startup designs and predicts game economies and systems for premium, free-to-play, and play-to-earn games. The platform’s game economy modelling, forecasting and optimisation is being built for a future where all systems, architects and data speak the same language and predict collectively.
Machinations co-founder and CEO Mihai Gheza said: “We’re growing our team and rolling out integrations with the most popular in-game telemetry providers and Web3 marketplaces.”
The round was led by Luxembourg and London-based VC firm Hiro Capital.
Spike Laurie, partner at Hiro Capital added: “The ability for any development studio to use Machinations’ platform to create in-game economies in a streamlined browser-based solution is revolutionary.”