Gaming performance analytics company Statespace announced that it had raised a $29M USD Series B investment round led by Khosla Ventures. The financing round comes only six months after the company closed a $15M Series A round in May, which was also led by Khosla Ventures.
Statespace was founded by a group of neuroscientists from New York University and launched its first product, first-person shooter practice tool Aim Lab, in 2017. In a release, the company stated that its number of registered users jumped from 2M in May to 5M today. Statespace’s CEO Wayne Mackey explained that growth is currently the number one priority and a primary revenue channel is yet to be determined.