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Griffin Gaming Partners, a Santa Monica-based venture capital firm that has backed gaming industry heavyweights like Discord and Skillz, has led a $55 million seed round for Turkish mobile game developer Spyke.

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As major publishers bet big on free-to-play games, Sony Pictures Entertainment is taking a step back with the $1 billion sale of GSN Games to Scopely, one of Los Angeles' most valuable startups.

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Artie, the Los Angeles-based gaming startup backed by NBA star Kevin Durant and Taylor Swift's nemesis Scooter Braun, raised nearly $36 million this month to deliver "mobile games that hit different," according to a regulatory filing made public this week.

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