• Sinoze is a Thai mobile game developer specialising in casual mobile games
  • Funding has come from Intouch Holdings’ venture capital arm InVent
  • Monies will go towards marketing, product development and international expansion

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Thailand-based Intouch Holdings, through its venture capital arm InVent, has invested in Thai game studio Sinoze. The funding amount is to the tune of US$750,000.

Monies will be channeled towards introduction of new game products, marketing and international expansion.

Sinoze is best known for casual mobile games, especially Thapster wherein players tap along to songs from international artists. The company announced that Thapster has “seven figure users”.

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Ratapatr Chotemongkol, Co-founder and CEO, Sinoze said that Intouch and Sinoze will work together to leverage Sinoze’s game making skills with Intouch’s (previously known as Shin Corp) infrastructure. Intouch also owns and operates AIS, Thailand’s largest cellphone operator.

Chotemongkol added, “At the moment, we are in the process of planning and developing a new music game called Electhap to help us expand to international markets and join the list of global leading game companies.”

Launched in 2012, InVent has so far invested in five companies including Ookbee, Meditech, Computerlogy, Infinity Levels Studio and now Sinoze as its latest investment.

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