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Ex-Bungie chief's ProbablyMonsters raises $18.8 million for two triple-A game studios

[2019.10.09, Wed 13:05] Today, Ryan's ProbablyMonsters is announcing it has raised $18.8 million for the company's two triple-A game studios. In July 2019, ProbablyMonsters closed a private $18.8 million Series A round led by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones; John Goff, chairman of Crescent Real Estate and Goff Capital; Luther King Capital Management affiliates; gaming executive and venture capitalist David Oxford; and other private investors. The company can probably also get funding from game publishers that are working with each of its studios. Each studio is working on an original triple-A game that has been signed by a leading game publisher. As structured, ProbablyMonsters is a new category of game company for the next generation of gaming, neither a traditional developer nor a publisher. Firewalk's game director is Ryan Ellis, formerly creative director at Bungie and lead artist at Oddworld Inhabitants. Game director for Cauldron Studios is CJ Cowan, who was previously the story lead for Destiny's House of Wolves and Taken King releases, and Bungie's director of cinematics for the bulk of their Halo titles.
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