Game recording app Kamcord has sealed US$15 million of B series funding, led by Japanese mobile game giant Gungho. China’s Tencent also participated in the round, having invested in earlier rounds. Also contributing to the round was game company Wargaming, which claims to have over 100 million active users.

Kamcord allows users to record and share video of gameplay through an embedded software development kit (SDK). It’s become increasingly popular in Asian markets as well as the U.S. where the brand was founded.

The funding has cemented San Francisco-based Kamcord’s move into the Asian market. In 2012 they launched as an iOS-only application with US$2.5 million in seed funding. They tested their first Android version in September last year.

Start your free trial now.

Get instant access to all our premium content, archives, newsletters, and online community.

Monthly Membership

Yearly Membership

What you get

Full access to all premium content and our full archives

Members'-only newsletters

Preferential access and discounts to all TechNode events

Direct access to the TechNode newsroom

Start your free trial now.

Get instant access to all our premium content, archives, newsletters, and online community.

Monthly Membership

Yearly Membership

Cate Cadell

Cate is a tech writer. She worked as a journalist in Australia, Mongolia and Myanmar. You can reach her (in Chinese or English) at: @catecadell or catecadell@technode.com