Funding Gaming Investment

Carry1st Secures Investment From Sony Innovation Fund

Carry1st, the African game publisher and digital commerce platform, has secured investment from Sony Innovation Fund, the venture capital arm

Funding Game Gaming Investment

SA Mobile Games Publisher, Carry1st Secures $27m Investment Led by Bitkraft Ventures

Carry1st, an African mobile games publisher, has raised a $27 million pre-Series B investment to expand its business operations and game


How Carry1st is Driving Growth in Africa’s Gaming Industry

Carry1st, one of Africa’s leading gaming publishers, has released new insights from its market data that highlights successes that have shaped their


SA Games Publisher, Carry1st Bags $20m Investment Led by a16z

Carry1st, the South African games publisher, has secured $20 million Series A extension led by Andreessen Horowitz (a16z). This is


Carry1st Partners With Chipper Cash and PayPal to Bring Payments to Africa

Carry1st, an African mobile games publisher, has announced that it has partnered with PayPal and Chipper Cash to enable people

Accelerator Game Gaming

Carry1st, Crazy Labs Partner to Launch Gaming Accelerator

Carry1st, the mobile games publishing startups, and CrazyLabs, have announced that applications are open for their hypercasual gaming accelerator programme, CrazyHubs

Funding Game Gaming Investment Venture Capital

Carry1st Raises $6m Series A Funding to Scale its Mobile Games Portfolio in Africa

Carry1st, a South African mobile games publishing startup has raised $6 million in Series A funding led by Konvoy Ventures

Game Interview

Meet Carry1st, a Startup That Wants to Change African Gaming Narrative

Many of the games in Africa are not indigenous to the continent. Despite these, some startups are gradually changing the

Funding Game

Carry1st Raises $2.5m Led by CRE Venture Capital to Grow African Gaming

Carry1st, an Africa gaming startup has raised $2.5 million led by CRE Ventures Capital. The funding round in Carry1st was


Google Establishes First African Cloud Data Centre in South Africa

Google has announced plans to establish its first African cloud data centre region in South Africa. The new Google Cloud