Games Round

Five Vectors raises $1m in seed funding to make music for esports

Music startup to partner with publishers for team, league, and game anthems

Five Vectors Inc has reported a $1 million seed financing round to help the production of music for esports groups and occasions. 

“We are very pleased to greet Jens [Hilgers, Bitkraft founder] and the Bitkraft Esports Ventures family as a speculator in Five Vectors,” said Five Vectors CEO Andres Lauer. “We see an incredible cover among music and gaming and made Five Vectors to fill the hole in the business by giving modified music answers for the worldwide gaming group of spectators.”

The financing round is being driven by Bitkraft Esports Ventures, which has been on a binge of interests in esports-related activities this year including Strafe’s esports center point, Ready’s esports stage, Tonk Games’ aggressive battling game, just as new MMO studio Playable Worlds. 

With the financing, Five Vectors will collaborate with distributers and esports associations just as different music craftsmen to make melodies and subjects for different groups, classes, and games. As of now, the organization has made music for Rainbow Six Siege esports occasions, SK Gaming’s League of Legends group, and others.