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With $100M in funding, Playco is already a mobile gaming unicorn – TechCrunch

Playco is a new mobile gaming startup created by Game Closure co-founder Michael Carter and Zynga co-founder Justin Waldron, as well as game producers Takeshi Otsuka and Teddy Cross.
Although the Tokyo-headquartered company is only announcing its existence today, it’s already a unicorn it says it’s raised $100 million in Series A funding, at a valuation “just north of $1 billion.”
The round was led by Josh Buckley and Sequoia Capital, with participation from Sozo Ventures, Raymond Tonsings Caf…

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