Six companies will be going head to head to get their hands on an investment pot worth up to $131m at MGF Asia on the 12th April, as they enter the MGF Venture Den
Pitching to investors from IPC Ventures, Netease, PlayLab, Animoca Brands, LineKong and more, each company will have five minutes to pitch their business to the audience as they do battle for the cash.
But who is gearing up to enter the den? Here’s a quick run down of the six finalists hoping to emerge from the MGF Venture Den with cash in hand.
Pomelo Network is a Taiwan based company who specialise in social apps. Their main social app Pal+ has fully integrated in app chat, as well as simple ways to discover interesting new content and potential like-minded pals.
On their website, Arkavis claim it is their mission to “create great games that empower everyone to have fun with anyone, anytime, anywhere”. The Thailand based studio has released Gears of Steel and Retro Wings on mobile platforms.
Based in Singapore and Thailand, Infinity Levels create free to play games mobile and tablet. They’re responsible for casual game Ranch Run and midcore title Blades of Revenge.
Representing the local Hong Kong scene, Skytree Digital will be looking to win investment on home soil. They’re the brains behind Dare Drillers and Dodge or Die.
Creators of hit hardcore rhythm action game Dynamix, C4- Cat is hoping to turn previous success into future investment. Another Hong Kong based company, C4-Cat is aiming to hit the right notes at MGF Asia next week.
Having garnered significant press coverage since its launch in Asia, the creators of Mahjong World want to replicate that success across the world. With an English version of the game soon to launch, the Mahjon World team will be doing their best to impress the investors.
And that’s it for now about our Super Six. If you want to see the pitching take place, make sure you register for your ticket to MGF Asia now by hitting the link here.
Otherwise, we’ll be back next week to let you know who the winners are.