Wefunder is a mature funding platform and a Public Benefit Corporation with many good success stories funding various kinds of businesses. Immersed VR recently earned more than $5 million dollars in their current round of funding on the platform. Another notable success story is Meow Wolf, who also went on to additional venture funding and opening three locations in the United States.
If what you're creating is a game then GameSeer may be a good fund to consider. This private venture fund is made up of gamers who concentrate on early funding both console and indie games. With more than 15 years experience and a pretty decent portfolio they may be a good team to work with to bring your game to market. If you're ready why not pitch them your idea?
If your project is VR or XR focused and you have a more entrepreneurial approach to your company then this may be the fund to research. Though they were founded in 2016 their portfolio is growing very strong. They refer to themselves as a "founder friendly firm" and provide both funding and more hands on mentorship where needed.
Offering investors both rewards and a return on the investment through game sales, Fig shareholders own a portfolio of gaming titles that come onto the platform. This isn't the typical funding platform, since the investors have a say in what titles come onto the platform. With a focus more toward indie development and recently joining Republic this could be a good fit for somewhat established to more mature teams.
This isn't a platform to invest, but is a great example of a company using an investment opportunity to help both grow and recover the VR arcade industry from COVID closures. With backing by very highly influential VCs like Mark Cuban we expect them to meet their funding goals in the next few days. More importantly the structure of how they have run their funding round is worth learning about and seeing if it is something that could work for your project.