Rec Room developer Against Gravity has secured $24 million in funding across two rounds
That makes for $29 million raised by the VR developer to date
Jun 13, 2019 11:30 AM
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Addressing TechCrunch, Against Gravity says that it has brought $24 million up in endeavor financing in already undisclosed Series A and Series B rounds, driven by VC firms Sequoia and Index Ventures. This supposedly brings the organization's all out endeavor financing to $29 million.

It's huge news for Against Gravity, which has been progressively centering its social VR application Rec Room around client created content, and guaranteeing that the title is accessible on a wide scope of headsets (and before long even cell phones) enabling companions to interface effectively crosswise over VR stages (a point of critical contact between most VR stages). The organization discloses to TechCrunch that Rec Room is nearing 1 million client made rooms. Furthermore, the organization's accentuation on a family-accommodating tasteful gives it a more broad intrigue than something like VRChat, another social VR application which presents subculture vibes.

Rec Room has seen expanding acknowledgment from the VR people group as a top social VR application; it's as yet little, yet may speak to a developing risk to Facebook's muddled social VR approach which is divided even between the organization's very own headsets. In any case, Facebook is unquestionably an a lot bigger risk to Rec Room than the a different way; with iOS, Facebook has the choice to incorporate further social highlights with the center VR programming of its headsets—highlights which outsider engineers aren't permitted to assemble—like the capacity to associate players crosswise over between independent VR applications.
A month ago's dispatch of Oculus Quest (on which Rec Room has been accessible since the very beginning) was likely a snapshot of approval for Against Gravity and potential financial specialists. Among the headsets on which Rec Room is accessible, Quest is by a wide margin the least demanding to utilize, making Rec Room's image of 'what should we do today?' fun significantly more congenial.