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Bunch is the party app for multiplayer games. It's the easiest way for players to connect with friends over video chat, and jump into their favorite games. Developers can also integrate Bunch into their own games to let players party up with friends and play together. Bunch is co-founded by Selcuk Atli, Jason Liang, and Jordan Howlett. The company is funded by top investors like General Catalyst, LVP and leading game companies including Electronic Arts, Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc., Ubisoft, Krafton, Supercell, Riot, Miniclip, Mixi and COLOPL.
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Social Gaming Startup Bunch Snags $20 Million Series A, Backing From Major Game Studios
What's everyone been up to in quarantine? Playing a lot of games on their phones, apparently. And that has meant boom times for Bunch, a Discord-like video chat app for multiplayer mobile games. Its number of monthly active users has grown 50 times over since March, reaching north of a million.
Group Video Chat Apps to Download While You're Social Distancing
If you're following federal advice and self-quarantining right now, good for you-you're doing your part to contain the COVID-19 pandemic that's spread rapidly across much of the world. You're also probably very bored, not to mention lonely.
These 5 apps are up-and-comers with Gen Z, report says
A new report says five apps are becoming increasingly popular with Generation Z, the same group responsible for the rise of TikTok.
Multiplayer Gaming App Bunch Closes $20M in Funding
Bunch, a party app for multiplayer games, has closed $20 million in Series A funding. Led by venture capital firm General Catalyst, investors include top game publishers and developers including Electronic Arts, Take-Two Interactive, Ubisoft and Riot Games.
These 5 Free Apps Help Friends Stay Connected During Quarantine
Self-isolation and quarantine are essential to reducing the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, but it's no secret that days, weeks and months spent at home can get lonely and boring. Luckily, developers are stepping in with video and chat-based apps that digitally connect users to their friends, family and loved ones.
Bunch, the Discord for mobile games, raises $3.85M from Supercell, Tencent, Riot Games
Growing up, Selcuk Atli spent a good deal of his free time playing video games with his friends. And when I say with his friends, I mean actually with them. They're called LAN parties, where everyone brings over their consoles and the group gets to play together virtually and in real life, al...