Improbable is a metaverse technology company that delivers technology, expertise, creativity and services to help you unleash the full potential of virtual worlds and the metaverse.
Improbable is dedicated to building powerful technology designed to help solve previously impossible problems and enable the creation of new realities.
Improbable founded in 2012 by Herman Narula, Peter Lipka and Rob Whitehead. The company is headquartered in London, United Kingdom, with offices in China and North America.
Improbable has developed technology enabling ever greater complexity in virtual worlds: the company is a leading provider of multiplayer services to over 60 global publishers and through its large scale simulation platform supports the UK government defence mission.
Improbable's Morpheus technology, an evolution of the company’s earlier SpatialOS product, supports over 10,000 players, able to interact with each other in dense virtual spaces. The platform now processes over 350M communication operations per second (or ops).
Improbable is launching M² (MSquared), a network of interoperable metaverses powered by its Morpheus technology. M² will allow companies, brands and creators to establish their own metaverses and Web3 businesses within its network.
Improbable is backed by Andreessen Horowitz, SoftBank, Horizons Ventures, Temasek, NetEase, Mirana, DCG, CMT, SIG, and others. The company raised $150M in new financing on Apr 07, 2022. This brings Improbable's total funding to $754.1M to date. Improbable was valued at around $2B from a financing raised in Jul 2018.