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Gametime Adds $20M Round Of VC Financing From Investors Like Accel, WassermanPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 21 / 16
S.F.-based mobile ticketing company Gametime has completed a $20M round of Series B venture capital financing, raising its total capital raised to more than $33M. Existing investors such as Accel Partners, MLB Giants partner and Whitecaps co-Owner Jeff Mallett and Wasserman Media Group Chair & C...
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