a16z and Google lead $20m investment in Africa’s Web3 game publisher Carry1st

Web3 and social game publisher Carry1st has raised $20m in Series A funding to further expand product development in Africa – a continent that could become the games industry’s main hub in the coming months. next decade.

The investment round was led by Silicon Valley venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, which was very active in the blockchain space, with additional participation from Avenir and Google-parent Alphabet (NASDAQ:). Carry1st’s existing backers including Riot Games, Konvoy Ventures, Raine Ventures and TTV Capital also participated in the investment round.

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