Scottish game developer Realtime Worlds has raised $50 million in a third round of financing led by Maverick Capital, says a source with knowledge of the deal.
The company previously raised nearly $33 million in capital from CIM Fund and NEA. We’ve also heard that Montgomery & Co. were advisors on the deal.
Realtime Worlds is behind a number of game titles on a variety of platforms, including Mobile Forces, Crackdown and the upcoming All Points Bulletin.
Montgomery & Co. is an extremely busy dealmaker these days. They are also reported to be working with Meebo on a big new round of financing, as well as doing mergers and acquisitions work for a number of well known startups. They also represented Club Penguin in their $700 million sale to Disney in August 2007.