3 Japanese VCs team up to establish new mobile gaming studio

3 Japanese VCs team up to establish new mobile gaming studio

SHARE

titlelogo

See the original story in Japanese.

Fuji Startup Ventures [1], Gumi Ventures [2], and B Dash Ventures have jointly announced (PDF) that they have teamed up to establish a new mobile gaming studio called A-lim. It has not been disclosed how much stake each party will hold in the company.

This newly formed company also released its first mobile iOS game today, titled Brave Frontier. It’s available for free over on the App Store if you’d like to try it out. The company’s CEO Eiji Takahashi tells us that they are preparing to release an Android version and an international edition as well. More games will be coming later on.

We had an opportunity to hear from Hironao Kunimitsu, the company’s executive director and the CEO at Gumi. He claimed that they company will try to produce games based on top-class IP in partnership with Fuji TV.

It will be interesting to see what this new company has in store for mobile gamers!

01 02
03 04


  1. The investment arm of Tokyo’s private TV station Fuji TV. 
  2. The investment arm of Japanese gaming giant Gumi.