Kamcord offers an SDK for mobile games that players can record gameplays and share to social networks. The company announced today it has recorded over 1 billion gameplay videos since its launch in June 2012, with millions being recorded daily, and its SDK has been embedded in 115 games. Kamcord supports Unity3d, Cocos2d(-x) and custom game engines on iOS. An Android solution is under development.

Users can share recordings to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, or through e-mail.

The Y Combinator alum just raised $1 million funding from Tencent, one of the biggest companies in terms of gaming revenue, and Kaifu Lee’s Innovation Works. In late 2012 it raised $1.5 million in seed funding from some impressive investors, including Tencent, after graduating from Y Combinator’s summer session. Founded by 3 MIT computer science alums and the team of 9 are headquartered in San Francisco.

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Tracey Xiang is Beijing, China-based tech writer. Reach her at traceyxiang@gmail.com