JoyTunes Raises $1.5M in Seed Funding

JoyTunes, an Israel-based platform that allows users to learn music through games, raised $1.5m in seed funding.

The round was led by Genesis Partners, with participation from Founder Collective, Kaedan Capital, and angel investors Dana Messina, Eran Shir, Joe Lonsdale, Zohar Gilon and others.

Led by Yuval Kaminka, CEO, and Roey Izkovsky, CTO, JoyTunes develops interactive video games controlled by regular instruments, helping children and adults to learn to play real music on real instruments.
Products include:
Piano Mania
Piano Summer Games
Piano Dust Buster
Recorder Master
Recorder Express



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