Venture Capital company Animoca Brands has been ranked the 16th in High-Growth Companies Asia-Pacific 2023 as compiled by Financial Times and Statista.
The organisers compiled the rankings based on months of research, public calls for participation, database research and direct contacts to identify the most outstanding companies among Asia-Pacific enterprises.
Yat Siu, chairman and co-founder of Animoca Brands, commented, “We are incredibly proud to be recognised in the Financial Times’ list of High-Growth Companies Asia-Pacific 2023. This recognition is a testament to our team’s hard work, dedication, and commitment to delivering property rights to the digital world as we help to build the open metaverse.”
The co-founder added that the team is, “Deeply grateful to our investors, partners, investees, and the wider Web3 community; this achievement would not have been possible without their support.”
In curating the ranking, the organisers recognised innovating and fast-growing companies in the Asia-pacific region that achieved notable economic growth even during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Animoca Brands is driven by its core mission to continue being one of the companies that are advancing digital property rights for gaming and the open metaverse, which propelled its growth to earn 16th place on this year’s list compared to its previous ranking of 324th amongst the 500 companies.
The company also recently invested in Passion Labs to help Japanese companies develop their Web3 strategies and create Web3 communities using Passion Labs’ technology for Key Opinion Consumer (KOC) analysis in Japan.