When video game industry veteran Harold Ryan set out to launch a new kind of gaming company in 2016, people asked what it would do. The name of Ryan’s company, ProbablyMonsters Studios, grew out of that. On Sept. 1, the company announced that it raised $200 million in a Series A preferred stock financing round. Before Ryan became founder and CEO of ProbablyMonsters, he was CEO at Bellevue-based video game creator Bungie. Executive roles included leading Bungie, and key positions at Microsoft, Ensemble Studios, and FASA Studios.