Following reports last month that Alphabet spinout Niantic was looking to secure $200m, the augmented reality game developer has secured $190m.

Niantic, a US-based augmented reality (AR) game developer spun out of internet and technology conglomerate Alphabet, received $190m in funding from undisclosed backers yesterday, according to a regulatory filing. Participants in the round have not been named but reports last month suggested Niantic was looking to raise $200m from investors including consumer electronics producer Samsung…

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