Mobile game video platform Kamcord just raised another $15 million in funding: Kamcord’s Series B is led by Japanese game publisher GungHo, with Tencent and Wargaming also participating. Kamcord allows players of mobile video games to record their gameplay, and more than 1.3 million players have already shared more than 25 million videos over the platform. The new funding comes just seven months after the company raised a $7.1 million Series A, and brings the total amount of money raised by Kamcord to $25 million.
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