We're Joining Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub to Accelerate Growth and Create Games with a Positive Impact

  • 15 April, 2023
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We’re thrilled to announce that A Bit Ago, the indie game studio known for creating games with a deeper meaning, has joined Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub. This partnership is an exciting opportunity for us to access Microsoft’s extensive resources and network of experts, including cloud computing services, technical support, and mentorship. As part of the Founders Hub, we’ll be able to accelerate our growth and scale our operations, while continuing to create games that make a positive impact on players’ lives.

At A Bit Ago, we’ve always been committed to using our business as a force for good, balancing profit with purpose and striving for social and environmental impact in everything we do. That’s why we’re so excited to join Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub, a program that shares our values and supports entrepreneurs who are making a positive impact on the world.

Through this partnership, we’ll have access to Microsoft’s cutting-edge technologies and platforms, which will enable us to create even more innovative games and reach new audiences. We’ll also benefit from the expertise of Microsoft’s team of experts, who will provide mentorship, technical guidance, and support to help us achieve our goals.

Gustaf Lindqvist, Founder of A Bit Ago, expressed his enthusiasm about the partnership, stating, “We’re thrilled to join Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub and to have the opportunity to work with Microsoft’s team of experts. This partnership will enable us to reach new heights and make an even greater impact through our games.”

We’re excited about what the future holds for A Bit Ago and grateful for the opportunity to work with Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub. We look forward to creating even more meaningful and transformative experiences for players through our games.

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