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Tiled Raises $13.7M in Series A Funding

– Tiled is a San Diego, CA-based interactive content platform to create engaging experiences.
– The company raised $13.7m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Signal Peak Ventures with participation from Seismic, Adobe, and University Growth Fund, alongside existing investors.
– The new investment will be used to expand operations and to ramp up hiring across all areas, and invest in sales and marketing, channel partnerships, and product improvements.

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Betsperts Closes $6M Series A Funding Round

– Betsperts Media & Technology Group is a Chicago, IL-based sports betting and fantasy sports media company.
– The company raised $6M in Series A funding.
– The round was led by new investors HBSE Ventures and Verance Capital with participation from previous investors such as Parlay Capital Holdings, LLC, Velo Partners, David VanEgmond (Current Founder and CEO of Bettor Capital), and various other angel investors.
– The new investment will be used for product development and expansion into new markets.

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Tetavi Closes $20M Funding Round

– Tetavi, a Los Angeles, CA-based volumetric technology platform, closed a $20m venture funding round.
– The round was led by Insight Partners, with participation from OurCrowd, Nimble Ventures and additional private investors.
– The company intends to use the funds to increase its presence in North America, expanding its partnerships and content platform across the U.S. with specific locations in Los Angeles and New York.

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Baffle Raises $20M in Series B to Protect Cloud Data with Celesta Capital as Lead Investor

– Baffle, Inc. announced that it has raised $20m in Series B funding led by new investor Celesta Capital, with contributions from National Grid Partners, Lytical Ventures and Nepenthe Capital, and follow-on investments from True Ventures, Greenspring Associates, Clearvision Ventures, Engineering Capital and Triphammer Ventures.
– Baffle’s no-code, simple-to-deploy security mesh takes a data-centric approach at cloud scale without a performance impact or changes to applications. Baffle is the only data-centric security solution that universally protects data as it’s created, stored and processed, from any source to any destination, on premises or in the cloud, no matter where it lives.

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India’s VerSe Innovation raises over $450 million to expand Dailyhunt and Josh apps globally

– VerSe Innovation, the parent firm of Dailyhunt and Josh, raised $450m funding.
– The round was led by Siguler Guff, Baillie Gifford and others.
– Existing investors Sofina Group, Qatar Investment Authority and BCap participated in the round.
– The startup claimed that Josh has amassed over 115 million monthly active users, 56 million of whom use the app each day. Dailyhunt has amassed over 300 million monthly active users.

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Scopio Raises Undisclosed Funding

– Scopio, a NYC-based AI-driven visual artists marketplace, raised funding round of undisclosed amount.
– Backers included Raiven Capital, Lightspeed Ventures, DV Collective, Gaingels, Joanne Bradford (former President of Honey), and VC Andrew Ogawa.
– The company intends to use the funds for product development and growth.

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Playrcart Raises £1M in Funding

– Playrcart, a London UK-based adtech startup, raised £1M in funding.
– The round was led by Dominic Shorthouse and Clive Hollick alongside Playrcart’s leadership team.
– The company intends to use the funds to expand internationally and accelerate technical developments.

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Contentful Closes $175M Series F; Valued At Over $3Billion

– Contentful is a Berlin-based content platform for digital-first business.
– The company raised $175m in Series F funding round led by Tiger Global with participation from Base10 Advancement Initiative and Tidemark.
– The new investment will be used to expand its global presence in marketing and sales as well as continue in its investment in building out its content platform, ecosystem and products.

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INKR draws in $3.1M to make more comics accessible to worldwide audiences

– INKR is a digital comics platform.
– The company raised $3.1m in pre-Series A funding.
– The round was led by Monk’s Hill Ventures, with participation from manga distributor TokyoPop founder and chief executive Stu Levy.
– The company was founded in 2019 by Ken Luong, Khoa Nguyen and Hieu Tran.
– It has offices in Singapore and Ho Chi Minh City.
– It currently partners with more than 70 content creators and publishers, including FanFan, Image Comics, Kodansha USA, Kuaikan, Mr. Blue, SB Creative, TokyoPop and Toons Family.
– It has more than 800 titles so far, including manga, webtoons and graphic novels.

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Primer Secures $110M In Series C Funding

– Primer is a Natural Language Processing (NLP) company based in San Francisco, CA.
– Company closed a $110M Series C funding round.
– The round was led by Lee Fixel’s Addition with participation from Steadfast, Sands Capital, and Hank Crumpton, former Ambassador-at-Large and US Coordinator for Counterterrorism.
– The new funding will be used to expand operations, stepping up recruiting efforts both in the US and globally, and its business reach.

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WaitWhat Raises $12M in Series B Funding

– WaitWhat from NYC is a media invention company.
– The company raised $12m in Series B funding.
– The round was led by Raga Partners with participation from Emerson Collective, Lupa Systems, Capital One Ventures, Maywic Select Investments, GingerBread Capital, Burda Principal Investments, Cue Ball Capital and Reid Hoffman.
– The new investment will be used to accelerate development of the company’s technology products, membership programs and partnerships that extend the core IP into multi-format media experiences.

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Hybrid Event Technology Company MeetingPlay Raises $75 Million Growth Equity Investment From Sunstone Partners

– MeetingPlay has received a $75m investment from Sunstone Partners.
– Sunstone is a growth-oriented private equity firm focused on software and tech-enabled services companies.
– MeetingPlay offers a full suite of offerings for all types of conferences, events and meetings that allow for rich attendee experiences.
– The company believes that successful meetings and events are built upon meaningful connections formed during all phases of a hybrid, virtual or in-person event.
– The ultimate value that underpins the company’s software platform is connecting attendees to each other—as well as the meeting content—in a way that creates a unique and differentiated event, uplifting MeetingPlay’s client brands accordingly.

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Contentstack Raises $57.5 Million in Oversubscribed Series B Round

– Contentstack announced it has raised $57.5m in series B financing.
– The oversubscribed round was led by Insight Partners, who also led the company’s series A round. Existing investors Illuminate Ventures and GingerBread Capital also participated, as did new investor Georgian. This brings Contentstack’s total amount raised to $89m.
– Contentstack will use the new capital to fuel international growth, expand its ecosystem of channel and technology partners and accelerate new technology innovation that has been incubating in Contentstack’s labs.

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Maven Acquires The Spun and Raises $20 Million in Equity

– Maven, a modern media company operating and powering premium publishers, announced that it has acquired The Spun, a fast-growing digital and social sports brand that brings what’s trending in the sports world to avid and loyal consumers.
– The addition of to Maven’s lineup of sports properties, anchored by Sports Illustrated, operated under a license from Authentic Brands Group (ABG), boosts Maven’s Sports vertical readership to more than 50 million per month, according to Google Analytics.
– Concurrent with the acquisition, Maven completed a $20 million equity financing with new and existing institutional investors, including Hunt Technology Ventures and Invenire Capital.

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Audio Platform For Kids Yoto Raises $17 Million

– Yoto is an audio platform for kids.
– The company raised $17m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Acton Capital with participation from JamJar Investments, Global Founders Capital, Emerge Education, and MPL Ventures.
– Yoto Player is inspired by Montessori principles and is designed to safely give children full control over their listening with access to entertaining audio.

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Prismic raises $20 million for its headless CMS

– Prismic, a company building a content management system, has raised a $20m Series A funding round.
– The round was led by Aglaé Ventures and Eurazeo.
– Prismic is a headless CMS.

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Allstar Gaming Bags $3.85M Seed Financing

– Allstar Gaming has raised $3.85m in Seed funding led by New York Angels.
– Members of the New York Angels led the round with investments from, Emerging Ventures and J-Ventures.
– Also involved are angel groups from the Harvard Business School Alumni Angels from the New York area, Miami Angels, Gaingels and Sand Hill Angels, as well as several individual investors.

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