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This article was published on February 7, 2013

    Mobile game publisher MoMinis rebrands as PlayScape, says it now reaches 40 million users

    Mobile game publisher MoMinis rebrands as PlayScape, says it now reaches 40 million users
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    After five years in business and having recently scored another round of venture capital, Israeli-American mobile game publishing powerhouse MoMinis today announced that it’s changing its name to PlayScape and relaunching with a fresh look and more games.

    In short, PlayScape provides developers with end-to-end mobile gaming solutions, from development to marketing to distribution.

    The Tel Aviv company says it now reaches 40 million gamers and garners more than 100,000 downloads a day.

    Aside from its new name and logo, PlayScape is today announcing that it aims to release a suite of 100 original games over the course of this year, ranging from classic arcade and action games to complex puzzle games.

    From today on, it will also present all of its integrated gaming solutions and development tools on a new website (Playscape.com).

    PlayScape recently secured $6 million in additional funding to help scale its programs for game developers, and plans to add another $4 million in funding to complete the round.

    Its backers include BRM Group, Gemini Israel Ventures and Mitsui Ventures.