DigiDaigaku's Limit Break Announces $200M in Funding
Limit Break, the company behind DigiDaigaku, announced Monday that it has raised $200 million in funding to build massively multiplayer online games.
The DigiDaigaku collection floor price is up to 13 ETH as of 11 a.m. ET Monday. Web3 investment firm Paradigm, VC firm Standard Crypto, and investor Josh Buckley led the funding rounds.
"After a decade of pushing 'Free to Play' games to their limits, our founders have spent the past year building Limit Break to replace F2P using web3," tweeted Limit Break founders Gabriel Leydon and Halbert Nakagawa, who created the mobile games Game of War: Fire Age and Mobile Strike.
Limit Break said its model centers around "free mints for Genesis NFTs."
"These Genesis NFTs lead to other NFTs through airdrops and more, none of which involve gimmicky fundraising tactics," the company tweeted.
Leydon recently announced a Sept. 2 airdrop for DigiDaigaku holders with a snapshot taking place the same day.