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Ticket Outlet ScoreBig Closes On $18M Series D VC Funding Led By Hearst Ventures

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 29 / 14

Discount ticket outlet ScoreBig has closed on a $18M Series D round of venture capital funding, led by Hearst Ventures. George Kliavkoff, former NBCUniversal and MLBAM exec and current President of Hearst Ventures, will join ScoreBig's BOD. The latest round follows a $10M Series C funding completed ...

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