Playtika, a Herzliya, Israel-based mobile games company, completed the acquisition of Finnish mobile game publisher Seriously.
Hype Capital, the newly created venture fund of HYPE Sports Innovation, is now expanding its VC fund in the US.
Redefine Meat, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based maker of alternative-meat 3D printer, closed a $6 million seed funding round.
vHive, a Herzliya, Israel-based software solution that enables enterprises to digitize their field assets and operations using autonomous drone hives, raised $5.5m in Series A funding.
Moodify, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based company that is developing advanced scent solutions for improved performance and well-being, raised $1.6M in funding.
Kovrr, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based cyber risk modeling company, raised $5.5M in funding.
Syte, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based visual AI technology company known for powering visual search for some of the world’s largest eCommerce companies, raised $21.5m in Series B funding.
TransPerfect, a New York-based provider of language and technology solutions for global business, acquired MoGi Group, a Dublin, Ireland-based bespoke gaming solutions house that partners with studios, developers, and content owners in the gaming space.
MyHeritage, a global discovery platform for exploring family history and gaining health insights, acquired River Road Bio, the company that owned and operated SNPedia and Promethease.
Polytex Technologies, a Hedera, Israel-based company that develops and manufactures innovative automatic textile management systems for the healthcare, hospitality, industrial, and fitness industries, received a major investment from private equity fund Fortissimo Capital.
Stoke, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based on-demand talent platform, raised $4.5M in seed funding.
PolyPid Ltd., a Petah Tikva, Israel-based clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on developing and commercializing novel, locally administered therapies, closed a $50M Series E-1 financing round.
Cartica AI, a Tel Aviv, Israel–based autonomous AI mobility startup, closed a Series B funding round of undisclosed amount.
Zoomd, a Herzliya, Israel-based martech platform for mobile user-acquisition and site-search, completed a public offering raising CA $9.27m at price of CA $1 per share.
Anzu, a Tel-Aviv, Israel-based in-game advertising platform, raised $6.5m in Series A funding.