Muso, a London, UK-based piracy tracking company, raised £3.5m in funding.
The round was led by Harwell Capital.
The company intends to use the funds to expand sales and marketing and increase its presence in the digital media, gaming and live broadcast sectors.
Led by Andy Chatterley, CEO and co-founder, Muso provides a digital piracy data solution which removes unlicensed digital content and gives access to rich data and insights from piracy audiences.
Its data is used by right-holders, broadcasters, sports organisations and brand advertisers to inform a total view of audience consumption and provides insight into content demand, creation and monetization.
The company tracked 190 billion visits to piracy sites throughout 2018. Clients include Sony Interactive, IMG, Entertainment One, Vertical Entertainment and EUIPO.