Telltale secures $6 million in funding

By Spencer . June 12, 2007 . 11:11am

sammax.jpgAfter the success of Sam & Max Season 1, Telltale Games announced they received $6,000,000 from a group of venture capital firms in series B funding. What is this money going to do?

 

Telltale will use the financing to drive growth in existing and new episodic series, allowing the company to continue defining and refining new models for interactive entertainment and digital distribution. Multi-platform development and new staff additions are key elements in these strategic plans.

 

If Telltale is going to bring anything multi-platform it is going to be Sam & Max. Perhaps Season 1 will be an Xbox Live Arcade downloadable title or find a home on the Wii.


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  • Veilknight

    I’m currently loving Sam & Max: Season One on the PC, so I really think the more exposure this series gets by being released on multiple home consoles, the better. Opening up Sam & Max for more platforms can only be a good marketing strategy for both Telltale and especially the consumer at large. Through multi-platform, Telltale benefits from additional profits, which stems from gamers having more choice at hand in deciding what system to buy their titles from.

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