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Fig closing on Psychonauts 2 investments

Following news that crowdfunding platform Fig received SEC qualification, Fig representatives announced that they will begin collecting investments from non-accredited investors for Game Shares of Psychonauts 2 starting today. Psychonauts 2 raised more than $3.8 million from approximately 24,000 fans when its campaign launched on Fig in late 2015. According to a report published by Gamespot after the campaign ended, approximately $1.
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