Machinima.com Nabs $3.85M

Lee, Michael
November 2008
Red Herring;11/6/2008, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that Machinima.com, a network for user-generated video game videos, has raised $3.85 million from MK Capital and other private investors. It states that the funding will go toward the expansion of its business. It notes that MK Capital partner Mark Terbeek will join Machinima.com's board of directors. Machinima.com Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Allen DeBevoise comments on the capabilities of the company.


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