Fractured Space developer Edge Case Games announced today that it has received a combined $2.7 million in funding from Chinese-based software company Seasun Games and UK-based Mercia Technologies. Mercia’s portion of this sum is the second half of a $2.3 million investment in the game company while Seasun invested a total of $1.5 million.

ECG’s CEO and Co-Founder, James Brooksby, noted in a statement that the company’s new relationship with Seasun Games will assist in the company’s endeavor to include Asia in Fractured Space’s player base.

The free-to-play MOBA has already accumulated 400,000 users in its first five months on Steam Early Access and is set to launch in early 2016.

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  1. DoYouEvenMath on November 13, 2015

    Or did mercia and seasun split the 2.3 million?

  2. DoYouEvenMath on November 13, 2015

    Can you tell me how you got 2.3 million + 1.5 million = 2.7 million? o3o

  3. hovsep56 on November 11, 2015

    oh boy another moba NEXT!

  4. rickshaw on November 5, 2015

    Its a shame the words Alpha n beta are used just willy nilly in the worlds of founders, kickstarters etc etc. The “NOW” combined associations that have become the norm to use have destroyed the real meaning of Alpha, beta’s. its now become a farse of a infinity of unfinished projects & unbelievable goals to what it was in the days before founders n kickstarters, as for back before then it had meaning preciseness & finalisation through entry and practice not false promises.

    • BurDemBOddies on November 6, 2015

      spot on…..all these free lance game makers think its all there for them to earn but don’t realize you do need backing to push that game forward. The problem is these founder packs are awful ideas they can be used for bad purposes or made to make innocent designers think they can make it big without the hands of greedy publishers. Ya crowd funding is nice and all but it takes more than that to make a great game and to get stocks that can match its worth.

  5. DevsoTron on November 5, 2015

    Ya I wouldn’t believe the launch date anymore than the game ever going free to play…

    • DevsoTron on November 5, 2015

      P.S. My loyalties are to Dreadnought.

  6. coolio on November 5, 2015

    Only 20 billion more to go.