Animoca Brands shoots to #16 on FT ranking of High-Growth Companies Asia-Pacific 2023

Animoca Brands, the company advancing digital property rights for gaming and the open metaverse, is pleased to announce that it has been ranked #16 in the ranking of High-Growth Companies Asia-Pacific 2023 compiled by the Financial Times (FT) and Statista.

The full list of the top 500 high-growth companies in the region is available at

The organizers of the FT High-Growth Companies Asia-Pacific 2023 compiled rankings based on months of research, public calls for participation, database research, and direct contacts in order to identify outstanding companies among Asia-Pacific enterprises.

The list ranks the top 500 companies in Asia-Pacific according to growth in revenues between 2018 and 2021 as identified by FT and Statista. The rankings recognize innovating and fast-growing companies in the region that achieved notable economic growth even during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Driven by its core mission to advance digital property rights, Animoca Brands’ growth propelled the company to number 16 on this year’s list from the previous ranking of #324.

Yat Siu, chairman and co-founder of Animoca Brands, commented: “We are incredibly proud to be recognized 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. We are deeply grateful to our investors, partners, investees, and the wider Web3 community; this achievement would not have been possible without their support.”

Note: Animoca Brands provided financial data for the years 2018-2021 to FT and Statista for the purpose of participating in this ranking. Financial information for the years 2020 and 2021 was unaudited and marked as such. Revenue figures are presented as Gross Bookings, consistent with previous performance releases. The Company’s audits for the 2020 and 2021 financial years are in progress.

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