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Kamcord's mobile game recording tools attract $7.1M in funding
Kamcord's mobile game recording tools attract $7.1M in funding
May 1, 2014 | By Mike Rose

May 1, 2014 | By Mike Rose
More: Smartphone/Tablet, Business/Marketing

Newsbrief: The market for mobile game video recording solutions is heating up. While Twitch entered the space earlier this year and Applifier's Everyplay launched on Android earlier this year, rival Kamcord today showed its own hand -- $7.1 million in Series A funding.

Kamcord is a set of tools that can be built into your mobile game to allow users to record and share gameplay videos with friends. With this latest round of funding, Kamcord is looking to develop its tools further, and accelerate adoption of the tools in Asia.

One Kamcord recording is shared online every two seconds, said the company, while 1 million videos were shared last month. 5 million videos have been shared in total since Kamcord launched in 2012.

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Jonathan Jennings
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hopefully they can develop a better build process for their unity implementation now. The biggest difference between Kamcord and Everyplay for my studio was the need to build an external eclipse project for android project versus the Straight to . APK project building for Android platforms.

a big difference when you are trying to build for as many mobile OS's as possible throughout the day .

I do wonder how this will compete with Everyplay now that applifier was acquired by unity though