Gnarly Game Studio, which was founded by 4 young entrepreneurs and develops casual games for mobile platforms, received a seed investment from WePlay Ventures. Gnarly aims to bring the “Cetchy” game, which is in beta, to a scalable level in the world with this investment of 500,000 TL at 5 million TL valuation.
Great interest in Cetchy
Gnarly Game Studio attracted attention with the casual game “Cetchy“. The game, which was recently launched into open beta and started the testing process in the Brazilian market, attracts great attention from users. Expanding its teams with the investment they have received, Gnarly continues the development stages in addition to the testing processes. Preparing to activate co-op and friendship systems in their game, Gnarly team aims to expand its target audience by including 3 maps, 6 characters, 4 game modes and more than 20 costumes in the game and to create a game that users can play without getting bored for a long time.
“We have not only received an investment, but also a very professional teammate.”
Stating that they have been working on casual mobile games for a long time and that they aim to be one of the most important studios in the world in this field, Ferhat Tepe, co-founder of Gnarly Game Studio, said, “We have big goals and beautiful dreams. We are working non-stop for the days when our games will be played by millions of people. In this regard, we trust each and every one of our team members. It also motivates us to believe that a professional team for gaming initiatives such as WePlay Ventures also believes in us. We have not only received an investment, but also a very professional teammate.”
Bora Koçyiğit, Managing Partner of WePlay Ventures, stated that the developments in the game industry in recent years have been at an enormous level. “There are more and more talented game studios in our country. We think that Gnarly Game Studio is one of these studios. They make great games with their young and dynamic teams. I believe that we will write a much bigger story together now,” he expressed his views.