Irreverent Labs received $40M funding in a round led by the Silicon Valley giant Andreessen Horowitz. Irreverent Labs will use this funding to build a blockchain-based fighting game.
Back in November 2021, Andreessen Horowitz helped Irreverent Labs raise $5M in funding by leading the seed round.
Who Else Invested?
As Andreessen Horowitz led the seed round, these were some of the most renowned names that invested in the round:
- Infinity Ventures Crypto
- Sonam Kapoor (Bollywood Actress)
- Solana Ventures
- Michael Ovitz (founder of Creative Artists Agency)
- Keen Crypto
- Advancit Capital
- Mantis VC
- Unlock Venture Partners
MechaFightClub – The Upcoming Game
MechaFightClub is an upcoming blockchain-based game powered by AI and NFTs. The players can fight battles in the game by owing “mechabots”. The mechabots are AI-powered and have unique abilities. They even learn new skills and adapt their fighting style. These mechabots are in-game NFTs that live on the Solana Blockchain.
The token of transactions is “nugget” – all in-game buying, selling, and trading will take place via nuggets. They can win rewards in nuggets and later trade them with other currencies on the Solana Blockchain.
The MechaFightClub world takes place in an abandoned alien technological era where rich corporations have taken over and mankind is enslaved.
35,000 users have already registered and their Discord community is growing day by day. Rahul Sood is saying that they haven’t spent a dollar on marketing – all growth is organic.
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