Israeli startup Mominis has announced a second investment round of $3 million, led by Mitsui Ventures, BRM and existing private investors headed by Baruch Lebanon. Mominis built a platform for developing, porting and distributing casual games for mobile phones, without requiring specialized development experience (see previous coverage on VC Cafe).
Mitsui Ventures is a global venture capital fund based in Japan, providing seed and early stage capital for startups interested in penetrating the lucrative Japanese market.
Mominis was founded in 2007 by brothers Eyal Rabinovich and Zvi Rabinovich, Tzach Hadar and Aviv Revach (who has since left Mominis to start a new venture).
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