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TCGplayer Receives $10 Million Growth Equity Investment From Radian Capital

Tuesday, February 27, 2018—Syracuse, NY Today we’re announcing a $10 million investment from Radian Capital to continue growing our teams and developing our roadmap of enhancements, tools, and services for our customers.

Growing Local Collectible Gaming Stores Across the U.S.

This investment will help TCGplayer support and empower the 10,000 independently owned hobby stores across the U.S. to grow in a competitive ecommerce market.

By accelerating the development of services that stores need to manage their businesses, these stores can better serve their customers and save time so they can focus on the communities that drive their sales.

Expanded Support with New Collectible Products

Board games, role-playing games, comic books, sports cards, video games, and other collectible product categories are on TCGplayer’s horizon. We’ve listened to your feedback, and this investment will help us launch these new products on TCGplayer, providing expanded support for sellers who have a wide range of products.

Join Our Growing Teams!

If you’re excited to reshape the gaming world, explore what makes TCGplayer so unique and get ready to join the team by visiting our careers website.

About TCGplayer

TCGplayer was recognized by Fortune as one of the top 100 workplaces for women and was also named a top 50 workplace within New York State. TCGplayer has grown to over 200 employees with headquarters in Syracuse, NY and their newest office in Atlanta, GA.

About Radian Capital

Founded in 2016, Radian Capital is a $150 million growth equity fund. Radian partners with strong management teams and systematically accelerates growth by assisting adoption of next generation sales and marketing, data science, and operational approaches. Radian, which is headquartered in New York City, and Radian partners have previous investment experience in marketplaces like and next-generation commerce technology companies such as Blueday and Emailage.