TreSensa, a New York-based mobile game distribution company, raised $2m in Series A financing.
The round was led by Caribou Asset Management with participation from angel investors Jason Glickman and Andrew Reis (Tremor Video co-founders), David Pecker (American Media CEO), and Ben Barokas (AdMeld founder). In conjunction with the round, Michael Elkins, principal, Caribou Asset Management, joins TreSensa’s board of directors.
The company, which has raised over $3.5m to date, intends to use the funds to continue to expand its reach.
Founded by Robert Grossberg, Vincent Obermeier and Rakesh Raju, TreSensa enables studios and brands to build and distribute commercial quality mobile web games. Its distribution platform secures a worldwide audience by leveraging mobile game distribution channels including mobile game portals, media sites, social gaming platforms, native apps, existing app stores and emerging carrier game stores. TreSensa also facilitates mobile game monetization, integrating advertising, in-game purchases and rewards into each game created for and/or supported by its platform.
Distribution partners include Amazon.com, Kik, Spil Games, Microsoft and AOL’s Games.com.
In December 2013, the company opened a San Francisco office, and is hiring.