Improbable is a technology company, developing a platform for third parties to build vast virtual and simulated worlds. The Company focuses on large-scale simulations in the cloud, enabling virtual worlds of unprecedented scale and complexity. Improbable's first product for reality-scale simulations is SpatialOS, a distributed operating system capable of producing consequential, persistent simulations at unprecedented scale, which is being deployed in many progressive game studios and the most critical government institutions across the world.
Company Growth (employees)
London, GB
Size (employees)
233 (est)
Improbable was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in London, GB

Key People/Management at Improbable

Herman Narula

Herman Narula

Michael Bannon

Michael Bannon

Robert Whitehead

Robert Whitehead

Peter Lipka

Peter Lipka

Robert Miller

Robert Miller


Improbable Office Locations

Improbable has offices in London, San Francisco and Washington
London, GB (HQ)
30 Farringdon Road
San Francisco, US
2 Embarcadero Center

Improbable Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date


Total Funding

$554.1 m

Latest funding size

$502 m

Time since last funding

7 months


Improbable's latest funding round in May 2017 was reported to be $502 m. In total, Improbable has raised $554.1 m. Improbable's latest valuation is reported to be $1 b.

Improbable Financials


Market valuation

1 b

Cash (31-May-2016)

23 m
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016


3.6 k67.7 k11.5 m23 m

Accounts Receivable

76.9 k462.6 k484.7 k2.8 m

Current Assets

80.5 k530.4 k11.9 m25.8 m


16.5 k193.7 k265.1 k375.8 k
    Y, 2016

    Financial Leverage

    -2 x
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    Improbable's employees are reported to be approximately 10% female and 90% male.
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    Improbable News and Updates

    Our CEO Herman Narula on our Series B funding

    Today, Improbable has announced a $502m Series B funding round, led by SoftBank. Our Series A investors Andreessen Horowitz and Horizons Ventures are both joining this round with follow-on investments, and we are very grateful to all our investors for their support.

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    Automaton raises $10 million for survival game where 1,000 players fight in 12 square kilometers

    Automaton is a new game studio in the United Kingdom, and it’s raised $10 million to make an online survival game built on simulation technology from infrastructure firm Improbable. In the game, as many as 1,000 players will be able to fight in a combat arena that is about 12 kilometers square. The …

    UK's tech sector sees record high VC investments

    Brexit appears to have had little effect on the amount of interest in British technology.

    UK tech has shrugged off Brexit with record investment

    The UK's high-flying tech sector has shrugged of the fallout from Brexit notching up a record level of investment in the first half of the year. And London retained its tech crown ahead of rival cities in Europe, fresh figures from London & Partners and Pitchbook reveal. In the first six m…

    Report: UK tech continues to attract VC investment despite Brexit

    UK tech companies received more venture capital investment than any other country in Europe since the Brexit referendum. The post Report: UK tech continues to attract VC investment despite Brexit appeared first on Tech City News.
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