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All of those would-be esports player could use a little help, and one startup is happy to supply it.
Dojo Madness, a Berlin-based company, has finished a $2.25 million seed investment round. Its first product is Lolsumo, a digital coaching app for League of Legends, one of the most popular esports games. It is also working on Bruce.GG, a platform that will offer match analysis, tactical insight, and advice to esport players.
“It is our mission to make esports games more accessible by providing tools and content that help players master those games faster while providing a more positive and rewarding learning experience.” Dojo Madness chief executive officer Jens Hilgers noted in press release sent to GamesBeat.
Bruce.GG will launch at the ESL One Dota 2 tournament on June 21 and June 22 at the Frankfurt Commerzbank Arena in Germany.
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This seed round’s investors include DN Capital, London Venture Partners, March Capital Partners, 500 Startups, and The Hive.
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