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has raised $3 million from and is opening an office in Tokyo as part of an Asia expansion for its 3D avatar business.
The investment and expansion comes just a month after the , extending its focus for its 3D avatars from celebrities to everyday consumers.
With the investment, has appointed Yasuo Miyakawa, CEO of Bandai Namco Entertainment, as a member of the Genies KK directors. That creates some pretty strong ties with a major Japanese video game company which makes games such as Pac-Man, Soulcalibur, and Tekken.
“A year ago, we started to build a lot of traction