After two rounds as a minority investor (March 21 and August 21), we have successfully exited Long Game through a strategic acquisition by Truist Financial Corporation’s (NYC:TFC) .

Our initial attraction to the award-winning gamified finance mobile app was its potential to change the way people save, learn and engage with their finances. The inflection point was the potential for disruption of a traditional bank’s ability to engage a new generation of customers by a wide array of fintech companies formed to attract millennials in new and creative ways.

Congratulations to the team at Long Game for a successful startup and attracting a great partner in Truist Financial.

To read more about the Long Game acquisition click here.

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