Stetten - Ajuna Network, the games network owned by BloGa Tech AG, has raised fresh capital from investors. The financing round was led by the Hong Kong-based venture capital firm CMCC Global. Ajuna Network is seeking to advance the development of computer games based on blockchain technology.

Ajuna Network has managed to impress several investors who have taken part in a financing round. In total, the games platform, which is part of BloGa Tech AG from Stetten in the canton of Schaffhausen, raised 5 million US dollars from investors, further details of which can be found in an article published by startupticker.ch. The financing round was led by CMCC Global, a global venture capital firm headquartered in Hong Kong, while other investors included OKX Blockdream Ventures, Signum Capital and Animoca Brands.

Ajuna Network aims to facilitate the launch of computer games based on blockchain technology. At present, blockchain-based games often still run quite slowly. This is one of the drawbacks that the platform is seeking to resolve. One of the company’s overarching aims is to help increase awareness of blockchain games in general.

“We are ecstatic about the support of our new investors led by CMCC Global, who not only share our drive to build out Ajuna Network but also our passion for the gaming space”, comments Cedric Decoster, CEO of Ajuna Network, in the article. Backed by “strong support and a growing community”, the company is keen to continue expanding its developments on blockchain systems such as Polkadot, Ethereum and Polygon. ssp

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