Stock trading simulators like EarthBound Trading Co. and Oriental Trading Wedding are about to get a $25 million boost in funding, the two firms announced Thursday.
The companies announced the milestone deal in a press release, with EarthBound trading co. and the wedding simulation both announcing they have received an additional $1 million from a group led by investment firm Altitude Capital, which also owns several investment funds.
Altitude invested in EarthBound in early 2018, with an initial investment of $500,000.
The wedding simulation will be made up of eight episodes that are scheduled to air over the next three years.
The two companies also announced that the two will have joint shows at the same time.
EarthBound is set in a post-apocalyptic world in which the inhabitants of the Earth have been reduced to an insectoid state of poverty, where they rely on a limited number of food sources.
The simulation is expected to air at least once per season.
EarthBound Trading co. is an interactive virtual trading platform designed to help people manage and share their wealth.
The company will create a virtual stock market and auction it to the public.
The platform is designed to be simple and intuitive, but the team has designed the game to be highly interactive.
The partnership will allow EarthBound to continue to grow while continuing to create new and innovative ways for people to interact with the stock market, said Chris Hickey, EarthBound’s CEO and co-founder.
Earthbound Trading Co., which is based in the San Francisco Bay Area, is a virtual trading company with over 15,000 members, according to the company’s website.
In the past two years, Earthbound has launched a series of new trading apps including the world’s first stock market trading simulator.
The new app, EarthBridge, is available for Android, iOS and Windows Phone.