Share Creators raises $5M to accelerate online game development

The company offers an AI-based platform for managing digital assets and projects.
Share Creators logo over light pink and green background

Share Creators, a startup that assists game developers in online collaboration and managing digital files, has announced raising $5 million in a Series A funding round. The round was led by 5Y Capital with additional funding from Foxit.

Additionally, the company launched new releases of its digital asset management platform and project management tools. This move aims to support remote workforces that require advanced online collaboration in game development, e-commerce and industrial product design.

Levi Liu, 5Y Capital Partner and Share Creators Board Member, commented:

“More than ever, the venture capital community is carefully investing in those startups that are poised for continued success and will make a significant difference in driving business efficiencies. With Share Creators, we are confident the team will lead the next generation of digital asset management and dramatically improve online collaboration for developers and designers.”

Share Creators CEO, Ada Liu, added:

“The Series A round of funding enables us to respond to high customer demand by hiring more engineers, developers and designers. We also plan to grow our portfolio of e-commerce and automotive product design customers, and expand the company’s presence in the United States and Europe. In this business, we can honestly say the Series A investment really is a game changer.”

The company was founded in 2018, started as a design consulting company, and grew to over 150 employees. Share Creators currently has an award-winning AI-based digital asset and project management platform.

Share Creators has been involved in making some of the popular online games, including Call of Duty, Diablo Immortal, Star Wars, Game of Thrones, Lord of the Rings, and titles produced by Netease Games and Tencent Games.

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