Knock Knock, a San Francisco, CA-based developer of games and technologies for a post-App Store world, raised $4m in Series A financing.
The round, which brought total funding to $6m since June of 2018, was led by March Capital Partners with participation from existing investors Raine Ventures, London Venture Partners, and Ludlow Ventures. In conjunction with the funding, Gregory Milken, Managing Director at March Capital Partners, is also joining the board.
The company intends to use the funds to grow instant games portfolio, expand title availability to multiple new platforms including WeChat in China, and hire for development and UA roles in San Francisco and Toronto.
Led by Andrew Friday, Knock Knock is a developer of games and technologies founded on the belief that HTML5, fast load, social play, and messaging platforms can create new ways to connect friends and play games.
Since inception in 2018, the company has launched two titles on the Facebook Instant Games platform, receiving over 5 million organic and viral installs. Their third title will be launching on multiple platforms this year, including WeChat’s Mini-Games and Facebook’s Instant Games.