SuperGears successfully completed an investment round led by TMRW Foundation

With this strategic investment based on a valuation of 10 million dollars, Cevat Yerli will also join the board of directors of SuperGears.

SuperGears Games, one of Türkiye’s leading game studios, announced that it has successfully completed its first investment round led by TMRW Foundation, owned by world-renowned game producer Cevat Yerli.

This round of exciting investment includes Ulaş Karademir, former VP of Unity who recently joined TMRW Foundation, Ibrahim Akman, founder of Masomo and Webtekno, Genco Alp, CEO of Ingame Group, Emre Yildiz, founder of Octopus and Murat Alagoz, founder of ELA Game Studio, as well as institutional investors Yildiz Tekno VCIT. This broad involvement reflects the widespread belief and confidence in SuperGears’ potential in the game industry.

Yasin Demirden, founder and CEO of SuperGears, said:

“Having Cevat Yerli’s company TMRW Foundation join us as a lead investor and the support of Turkey’s leading gaming industry leaders confirms our belief in our company’s vision. With this investment, which will be used for the development of our innovative racing game platform called “Racing Kingdom”, we aim to achieve great success in the global gaming industry. We want to reshape the world of racing games by going beyond the classic racing experience with the innovations we will bring to the genre. The addition of Cevat Yerli, the creator of Farcry and Crysis games in the past, to our board of directors will carry our company even further with his experience and knowledge in the global gaming industry.”

Cevat Yerli also shared his thoughts:

“SuperGears is on the verge of truly revolutionizing the gaming industry with Racing Kingdom. The team’s innovative vision and passion for creating an outstanding gaming experience aligns perfectly with my personal values and goals for the gaming industry. I see exceptional potential in Racing Kingdom and believe this platform will redefine the way racing games are viewed.”

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