Unity, whose software powers half of all new mobile games, lands $400 million from Silver Lake screen shot 2016 07 13 at 7 43 29 am Unity Technologies, a 13-year-old, San Francisco-based company that makes development tools for video game creators, has raised $400 million in fresh funding from the private equity firm Silver Lake. A “big chunk” of the round went toward purchasing the shares of longtime employees and earlier investors, John Riccitiello told Bloomberg earlier today, explaining that he thinks… Read More

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