Vancouver's Tiny Speck raises $10 Million from Andreessen Horowitz and Accel

Vancouver's Tiny Speck announced today that it has raised $10.7 million last week in its second round of funding for its online game business from Andreessen Horowitz and Accel.

Tiny Speck is headed by Flickr-Founder Stewart Butterfield who creating the photo-sharing site along with his wife Caterina Fake. Flickr was acquired by Yahoo in 2005.

Tiny Speck was founded in early 2009 by four of the original members of the Flickr team, including Cal Henderson, former head of engineering at Flickr.

Along with today's financing news Butterfield also announced that they are launching an invite-based beta test of Glitch next week.

Tiny Speck
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Tiny Speck is a small company building something enormous. We show up in the afterburst of highly charged particle collisions; we are the only-imagined baryon consisting of two charmed quarks and one strange. We will blow your minds. more

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