Funplus Announced Investment In Singapore Mobile Game Studio XII Braves

Beijing based FunPlus, the publisher of top ranking game Dot Arena and worldwide leader in social games, recently entered into a longterm strategic partnership with mobile game studio, XII Braves. The multimillion investment by FunPlus is a first for a mobile games studio based in Singapore, and possibly the biggest gaming collaboration ever in Southeast Asia.

FunPlus logo verticalFounded in 2010, FunPlus is a mobile social gaming company that puts fun first for players worldwide. Our creative, respectful and handson teams are dedicated to making innovative, engaging games. FunPlus has over 400 employees and is headquartered in Beijing, China, with additional offices in Singapore, Shenzhen, China; Vancouver, Canada and San Francisco, California.

FunPlus’ popular Facebook game, Family Farm, currently boasts over 200 million registered
players globally. Dot Arena, the company’s first mobile game in Southeast Asia, has attracted over 10 million downloads on the App Store and Google Play, featuring prominently on the top grossing charts as well.

A global $50 million investment fund, PublishingPlus, was introduced recently by FunPlus to
grow and promote exceptional independent developers and artists in the gaming industry.

XII Braves logo - Horizontal blackFounded in 2014 by Chris Ng and Jonathan Leong, XII Braves ( pronounced as Twelve Braves ) is a mobile game developer based in Singapore. The team is staffed with highly talented and motivated veterans who have previously worked on AAA mobile games in worldrenowned studios, including Nexon Korea, gumi Asia, Gameloft, Nubee, and many more. The studio’s flagship mobile game, Valiant Force, is currently in development and will be launching globally in 2016.

Source: Funplus, XII Braves