Keemotion, a Brooklyn, NY-based provider of an automated sports production technology platform, raised $3.6M in Series A Funding.
Backers included Elysian Park Ventures, Guggenheim Baseball Management and the LA Dodgers, R/GA Ventures in association with Interpublic Group, GO4IT Investments, Pincus Capital Management, former NBA Commissioner David Stern, David Blitzer, co-owner of the Philadelphia 76’ers (NBA) and NJ Devils (NHL), Jason Levien, managing owner of DC United (MLS), Irina Pavlova, former president of Onexim Sports and Entertainment, NBA veteran Mike Dunleavy Jr., David Wassong, co-head of private equity at Soros, Evolution Media Capital, in association with CAA, Machete Group, and Blue Equity.
The investment will allow Keemotion to grow its offerings, provide more solutions and expand into other sports.
Led by Milton Lee, CEO, Keemotion provides an automated production solution connecting the arena for coaches, leagues, and fans. With Keemotion, an organization can produce professional quality live streams.
Keemotion currently produces basketball, hockey, volleyball, futsal and handball in 10 countries around the world.