Cypriot game and app testing company Uitrial with Russian roots has raised €1.9 million from Andrey Olkhovsky’s Hyperion fund. Investments will go into product development and scaling of the company.

Uitrial, game and application tester with Russian roots, raises 1.9 million euros

The Uitrial startup received 1.9 million euros in seed investments from the private fund Hyperion, co-owner of Avtodom Andrey Olkhovsky. A representative from Uitrial told RB.RU about this.

The company will use the funds to develop the product, implement marketing plans and scale the business.

Uitrial analyzes the product’s target audience and finds users who try it. The test sessions are recorded and processed by tools based on artificial vision. The result is an analytical summary with explanations of the difficulties faced by the users of the product.

Uitrial was founded in 2021 by Christian Vybiral, Bogdan Pshenichny and Adil Rakhimbaev. In 2022, the startup attracted the first investments in the amount of $450,000 from the Startech.Partners fund, business angel Dmitry Morozov and others.


Kirill Bilyk

Source: RB

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