According to Business Wire, Second Dinner, the studio behind the collectible card game Marvel Snap, has announced a deal with investors from Griffin Gaming Partners. The venture capital firm led its $100 million Series B funding round.

Griffin Gaming Partners is now a minority investor in the studio along with NetEase, which previously invested in Second Dinner. The studio itself remains independent.

Second Dinner plans to spend the money received on further support of Marvel Snap, developing new games, including original IP, and hiring staff. The studio is already working on several new projects. According to Second Dinner co-founder Ben Brode (Ben Brode), the games will be “super-super fun,” but he is not yet ready to share other details.

As a reminder, concerns about the future of Marvel Snap emerged in November. They appeared after Reuters sources reported about the plans of the Chinese corporation ByteDance to restructure the gaming division and close Nuverse – the publisher of Marvel Snap. However, Second Dinner soon assured that the game is in no danger and will continue to develop regardless of the situation in Nuverse.

According to Second Dinner, Marvel Snap has earned more than $200 million to date and has grossed more than $22 million in downloads.

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