Unity Technologies


Unity Technologies is revolutionizing the game industry with Unity, its award-winning breakthrough development platform. Unity Technologies has more than 250,000 registered users worldwide – including Bigpoint, Cartoon Network, Coca-Cola, Disney, Electronic Arts, LEGO, Microsoft, NASA, Ubisoft, Warner Bros., large and small studios, indies, students and hobbyists – all using Unity to create games and interactive 3D, like training simulations and medical and architectural visualizations, on the web, iOS, Android, consoles and beyond.

Unity Technologies is aggressively innovating to expand usability, power and platform reach along with its Asset Store digital content marketplace and Union game aggregator so that it can deliver on its vision of democratizing interactive 3D technology. Unity Technologies is headquartered in San Francisco and has development offices worldwide. For more information, visit http://unity3d.com.


Date Type Amount Investors Valuation
10/01/09 Series A 5.5M Sequoia Capital Unknown
07/01/11 Series B 12M WestSummit Capital, iGlobe Partners, Sequoia Capital Unknown


David Helgason (CEO, Co-Founder)

Joachim Ante (CTO, Co-Founder)

Nicholas Francis (User Experience, Co-Founder)

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