MATTHEWS — Harmony Games, a new game company based out of Matthews,  says in an SEC filing it has raised nearly $2.7 million in equity funding.

According to the filing, there are two investors and the company is seeking to raise another $300,000, aiming for a total of $3 million.

Harmony Games  was incorporated in July of this year and lists Volkan Ediz, James Koh, and Joesph Kubiak as executives. The three were also listed in the SEC filing.

These are the only funds raised by the company thus far, and while the company has a LinkedIn page listing 8 employees there is no associated description or company website.

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