Knock Knock Hopes To Grow Instant Games Market With New Funding

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Knock Knock, which develops instant games and technologies, announced it has raised new funding.

The San Francisco based startup raised $4 million in Series A funding, bringing its grand total funding to $6 million since June 2018. The funding was led by March Capital Partners, who’s Managing Director, Gregory Milken, is joining the Knock Knock board as part of the funding agreement.

Ludlow Ventures, Raine Ventures and London Venture Partners also contributed to this latest funding round.

The funding will be used to expand Knock Knock’s instant games portfolio, build its development team in San Francisco and Toronto.

Knock Knock was founded by ex Electronic Arts, Jam City and Zynga leaders which collectively shipped games that generated more than 100 million downloads and $500 million revenue. It was launched in 2018.