Aeria Games has received funding from Sony’s So-net Entertainment internet subsidiary. The undisclosed round of funding will help the firm continue to provide services to its 40 million users worldwide across all MMO titles. Currently, more than 1 million players join the service each month, and Aeria’s new office in Santa Clara, California plan to launch one to two mobile titles per month. Thanks, Gamasutra.
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