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[Funding alert] Reykjavík-based Quest Portal Secures €7.1M in Funding

Quest Portal, located in Reykjavk, receives funding of €7.1 million. Rahul Vohra, the founder and CEO of Superhuman, as well as Bing Gordon, the founder of Electronic Arts, are two of the famous investors who have contributed to the venture.

Quest Portal, located in Reykjavk, receives funding of €7.1 million. Rahul Vohra, the founder and CEO of Superhuman, as well as Bing Gordon, the founder of Electronic Arts, are two of the famous investors who have contributed to the venture.

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Legendary storytellers from Iceland, including Mika Salmi & Beatrice Aliprandi of Lakestar, Birgir Ragnarsson, Sigurdur Arnljotsson, and Hilmar Veigar Pétursson.

The company says it would utilize the funds to democratize the TTRPG industry and further enhance its platform, making it more accessible. According to Quest Portal, the response to the preliminary launch was tremendous.

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Along with providing funds, the Icelandic business debuted “Quest Portal Pro,” a monthly service intended to improve the TTRPG experience.

Among other things, Quest Portal Assistant, a Game Master companion included in Quest Portal Pro, makes it simpler to plan locations, write NPC backstories, design encounters, and other chores.

The company claims that this subscription will support renowned TTRPGs like Call of Cthulhu and Dungeons & Dragons, elevating the tabletop gaming experience to new heights.

About Quest Portal

To play traditional tabletop role-playing games (TTRPGs) on desktop and mobile platforms, use Quest Portal, a virtual tabletop (VTT). Their user-friendly platform has everything you require, like character sheets, lovely backdrops, ambient music, battlemaps, and a strong AI helper.

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