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July 10, 2024
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Volley secures $55M in Series C fundraising round


  • Volley, a creator of voice-controlled games, raised $55M in Series C funding.
  • The round was led by Microsoft’s M12 Ventures and Lightspeed Venture Partners.

Volley, a San Francisco-based company, secured $55M in Series C funding led by Microsoft’s M12 Ventures and Lightspeed Venture Partners. The funding round also saw participation from Causeway Media Partners, General Catalyst, the Amazon Alexa Fund, and other investors. The company, led by CEO Max Child and James Wilsterman, creates voice-controlled games for platforms like Amazon Alexa and Roku. They plan to use the funds to expand operations and further develop their games. Volley’s games are accessible to a wide audience of casual players, with an AI voice interface allowing players to interact using just their voice. The company recently launched the 20 Questions game powered by LLM technology and announced partnerships with Amazon and LG Electronics to create new AI-powered games for their platforms.

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