AB Trav och Galopp (ATG), Swedish former horse racing monopoly operator, completed the acquisition of Ecosys AS, a Silkeborg, Denmark-based gaming company operating the Bet25.dk sports betting brand.
Capdesk, a London UK- and Copenhagen, Denmark-based equity management platform, raised £1.5m in funding.
Trustpilot, an independent platform for companies to build trust with consumers, raised $55m in Series E equity funding.
After the first closing of Sunstone Life Science Ventures Fund IV, Copenhagen, Denmark-based Sunstone appointed Jacob Lange Moresco, PhD, as Investment Director.
Too Good To Go, a Copenhagen, Denmark-based provider of a food waste app, raised €6m in funding.
Dixa, a Copenhagen, Denmark and London, UK-based startup focusing on customer service, raised $14m in Series A funding.
Copenhagen, Denmark-based Sunstone Life Science Ventures held the first closing of its fourth life science venture fund, at €80m.
QuadSAT, an Odense, Denmark-based drone-enabled antenna testing company, closed a £700 seed funding round.
Humio, a provider of a solution enabling live observability through scalable log management, available for on-premises and cloud infrastructures, raised $9m in Series A funding.
MinervaX, a Copenhagen, Denmark-based biotech company, received €4.4m in total funding.
Yourpay, a near Copenhagen, Denmark-based fintech startup, raised €3m in funding.
Better Collective, a Danish developer of digital platforms for bookmaker information, iGaming communities, and betting tips, completed the acquisition of Ribacka Group, a Stockholm, Sweden-based company which owns a network of sports betting and casino marketing platforms.
Gan Integrity, a provider of a compliance solution for global businesses, raised $15m in Series B growth financing.
NEC Corporation (NEC)(TOKYO:6701), a Minato, Tokyo, Japan-based leader in the integration of IT and network technologies, acquired KMD Holding ApS, the holding company of KMD A/S (KMD), the largest Danish IT company, for approximately 8 billion Danish Kroner (DKK).
Tonsser, a Copenhagen, Denmark-based football app for players to track their performance and showcase their potential, secured a €5.5m Series A funding.