Atomic Moguls Gets Another $1 Million For Fantasy Sports Games

This story was written by Joseph Weisenthal.
Atomic Moguls, the online sports gamer led by ex-NBA official Brenda Spoonemore, has raised another $1 million from past backer Second Avenue Partners, according to SeattlePI. Last year, the company announced an unspecified first round from Second Avenue and Amazon (NSDQ: AMZN), though Amazon did not participate in this latest round. The Seattle-based company offers fantasy games for several sports, and it claims 1.5 million installs across the various social nets. The 10-person appears to have a "flood the zone" strategy, as it plans to release at least 1,000 new fantasy apps by Labor Daybasically, the company can easily re-skin its apps for different categories.

By Joseph Weisenthal


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