crowdfundinsider.com May. 24, 2019
U.s. Fintech Zero Financial Secures $20 Million Through Series A Financing Round Led By New Enterprise Associates | Crowdfund Insider
U.S.-based fintech Zero Financial announced on Thursday it secured $20 million through its Series A financing round, which was led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA). The round brings the company total equity and debt funding to $35 million from top investors, such as NEA, SignalFire,
rocketnews.com May. 23, 2019
Zero Raises $20 Million From NEA And Others For A Credit Card That Works Like Debit
Just ahead of the launch of the Apple Card, a startup that has its own take on modernizing the credit card industry, Zero, is announcing the close of its
techcrunch.com May. 23, 2019
Zero Raises $20 Million From NEA And Others For A Credit Card That Works Like Debit – Techcrunch
Just ahead of the launch of the Apple Card, a startup that has its own take on modernizing the credit card industry, Zero, is announcing the close of its $20 million Series A. The new round of funding was led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA), and brings Zero’s total raised to date to $35 mi…
esportsobserver.com May. 3, 2019
April Esports Investment Recap: Gen.g And Axiomatic Raise Millions, Celebrities Back Teams
April 2019 saw several prominent investments in the esports industry, including eight-figure funding rounds closed by Gen.G. Esports and Team Liquid parent company aXiomatic , respectively, as well as a handful of prominent celebrity investors and preparations for a potential $500M USD initial public offering (IPO) from a major Chinese livestreaming service. In all, the month...
esportsobserver.com Apr. 17, 2019
Gen.g Raises $46M From Silicon Valley Investors, Actor Will Smith
Esports organization Gen.G has raised $46M USD from a diverse syndicate of investors that includes several prominent Silicon Valley funds and high-profile individuals such as LA Clippers minority owner Dennis Wong and actor Will Smith. Also providing capital is Dreamers Fund, a fund created by Smith and Japanese soccer star Keisuke Honda, Alibaba Group’s former...
cnbc.com Apr. 17, 2019
This Esports Team Raises $46 Million, And Investors Include Will Smith
Esports organization Gen.G announces it has raised $46 million in a funding round led by some big names in sports and entertainment.