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Israeli game pioneer Tacticsoft raises $1 million for hardcore mobile games

EXCLUSIVE: Battle Dawn maker Tacticsoft has raised a round of $1 million in funding from venture capital firm London Venture Partners and Israeli angel investor Gigi Levy-Weiss. The Tel Aviv-based startup created by early Israeli game maker Michael Rosen has been around since 2007. That makes it ancient by the standards of the young Israeli game industry. […]
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