Dojo Madness, a Berlin, Germany-based eSports startup, raised € 2M in seed funding.
Backers included DN Capital, London Venture Partners, March Capital Partners, 500 Startups and The HIVE as well as several angel investors including Kristian Segerstrale.
The company intends to use the funds to expand technology and products.
Founded by Jens Hilgers, Dojo Madness is a technology-driven company harnessing the latest innovations in machine learning to created tools for gamers. It recently released its first product, LOLSUMO, a virtual coaching app for League of Legends which is available on Google Play.
The company is now set to launch BRUCE.GG, a platform featuring video and coaching features for newcomers, amateurs and proteams to get access to match analysis, tactical insight and advice as well as all the top scenes from their matches.
At the moment, BRUCE.GG supports DOTA2 and will be expanded to serve popular titles across the eSports spectrum, including CounterStrike: Global Offensive and League of Legends.