Lightfox Games, a Seattle, WA-based mobile games developer and publisher, raised $3.3M in seed funding.
The round was led by March Gaming, with participation from Hiro Capital and 1Up Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to grow the team and bring their first product, Super Battle League, to market.
Co-founded by Ryan Hanft-Murphy, Jordan Arnold, Rex Downham and Tony Tewes, who also worked together at Z2, a Seattle mobile gaming studio acquired by King, Lightfox Games makes socially connected games. Super Battle League is an innovative 3v3 real-time mixed PvE and PvP game where two teams race to see who can beat the boss first.