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Mobile gaming company Scopely raises $60M

Scopely just announced that it has raised $60 million in Series C funding.
The round was led by Revolution Growth, a firm led by former AOL executives Steve Case and Ted Leonsis (AOL owns TechCrunch), which targets startups outside Silicon Valley and New York. (Scopely is headquartered in Los Angeles.) Revolution’s Donn Davis is joining Scopely’s board of directors, while Greenspring, Sands Capital Ventures, Cross Creek Advisors and Pritzker Group Venture Capital also participated in the new round cloud computing hong kong.
Scopely has built a platform for promoting and monetizing mobile games, whether developed in-house or by third-party studios. Its titles include The Walking Dead: Road to Survival, Wheel of Fortune Free Play and WWE Champions. The company says it reaches more than 125 million players, with The Walking Dead alone generating hundreds of millions of dollars in annual revenue.
In the funding release, CEO Walter Driver noted that it’s been less than a year since Scopely raised its Series B, and he said the company is already profitable. So why raise more funding phone covers?
“This capital infusion will enable us to expand the business through inorganic means while we continue to execute on our path of organic growth in parallel,” Driver said. “The opportunity to work with the founding team of AOL is extremely exciting for us as they have a long history of operating at the intersection of technology and media Wigs for Cancer Patients Bright Hopes.”
Scopely has now raised nearly $160 million in total funding.
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Barrett to answer second trampling charge


Blues forward Kane Barrett has been cited for a second act of foul play during their Super Rugby loss to the Chiefs in Auckland.

Barrett was shown a red card for trampling Chiefs co-captain Craig Clarke in the 22nd minute of the match at Eden Park, which the Blues lost 26-16.

A review by of match footage by the citing commissioner revealed another incident of alleged trampling involving Barrett, in the 20th minute.

The commissioner alleged in a Sanzar statement that the 23-year-old made contact with Chiefs prop Ben Tameifuna and that it warranted a red card. It was not seen by matchday officials.

The citing will be considered by Sanzar judicial officer Nicholas Davidson.

Barrett, the older brother of All Black Beauden Barrett, was playing just his third game of the season for the Blues in the absence of injured blindside flanker Steven Luatua.

Genia, Cooper hopeful of Wallaby reunion


Will Genia and Queensland Reds teammate Quade Cooper are excited about the possibility of combining for the Wallabies again under new national coach Ewen McKenzie but they won't take selection for granted machine made sequin embroidery.

The duo have built up a strong understanding in the halves during McKenzie's tenure at the Super Rugby franchise but they were separated at Test level when playmaker Cooper fell out of favour after criticising the Wallabies' environment under former coach Robbie Deans.

Genia said on Wednesday he'd spoken with Cooper since McKenzie's appointment as Deans' successor on Tuesday and they were eager to take to the field once more as teammates for Australia wine tasting.

"We've been fortunate enough to work with him (McKenzie) here and see the good things he's capable of doing," halfback Genia told reporters in Brisbane.

"You can't hide the fact that Ewen's always been a big fan of Quade's but just like every other player in Australia we're going to have to prove ourselves.

"Everyone has a clean slate and everyone has to prove they're worthy of the jumper again Asian college of knowledge management."

Student sentenced for sex abuse material


A 21-year-old international student has been sentenced to nine months home detention for distributing and possessing objectionable material depicting child sexual abuse.

Shakthinidhi Karananidi, a 21-year-old student from Malaysia, pleaded guilty to 20 distribution charges and 11 possession charges in November hong kong company register.

He was sentenced in Auckland District Court on Thursday.

"Karananidi had deleted the material from his laptop but that didn't save him," Customs spokesman Shane Panettiere said.

"Customs' electronic forensics team were able to retrieve it and gather evidence that connected him to an online peer-to-peer file sharing network Domestic Helper."

Customs officers executed a search warrant at Karananidi's residence in March last year.

Forensic examination of his laptop found 26,092 images, 771 movies, 43 compressed electronic files and 110 electronic documents.

Ninety-eight per cent of the files were deemed to be objectionable and many depicted severe child sexual abuse, including the abuse of babies and children.

"Any sexual or other abuse involving a child is horrific, but with online trading the child is victimised again and again every time their image is viewed on the internet. Offenders like Karananidi directly contribute to this," Mr Panettiere said cheap bookcase.

Earlier this month, a New Plymouth teenager was sentenced to 10 months home detention following another Customs prosecution for importing, distributing and possessing child sexual abuse material.

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