StarMaker Interactive’s growth continues to climb

By : |December 11, 2013 0

SAN FRANCISCO, USA: StarMaker Interactive, a leading global music entertainment platform producing mobile singing games, announced a $4 million Series A round of funding from Qualcomm Inc. acting through its venture capital investment arm, Qualcomm Ventures, and iGlobe Partners, who specializes in bringing American technology companies like Unity to Asia.

StarMaker Interactive, known for its popular singing game apps including the flagship StarMaker app and The Voice: On Stage app produced as part of their global partnership with The Voice franchise, will use proceeds for further growth of the Android products and international expansion.

“Qualcomm Ventures seeks companies who are truly innovating within the mobile space, evolving legacy technologies to mobility enabled solutions,” said Patrick Eggen, director for Qualcomm Ventures. “StarMaker maximizes our technology to build complex audio processing and powerful social functionality, bringing music creation and talent discovery right into the palm of your hand.”


With a growing library featuring hundreds of songs and new tracks added every day, StarMaker Interactive is leading the mobile singing game revolution through the creation of original content using innovative gaming mechanics to discover new talent. With over 2 billion minutes of singing time logged to-date, brands and talent are now aligning with StarMaker to help reach this engaged demographic.

Cassadee Pope, Season 3 winner of The Voice, officially signed on to promote her new single, “Wasting All These Tears,” to the StarMaker Interactive community. Kia Motors has also recently enlisted The Voice: On Stage app to power their interactive singing experience in The Voice Soul, which was unveiled at SEMA in Las Vegas earlier this month.

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