Hopin, a London, UK-based virtual experience platform, acquired video hosting provider Streamable and video technology company Jamm.
The amounts of the deals were not disclosed.
The technology from both companies will be integrated into Hopin’s current product offering and become the basis for the development of future video products and features.
Founded by Armen Petrosian in 2014, who will continue to lead Streamable’s business and help build new products at Hopin, Streamable is a video hosting site that has 75,000 new video uploads per day and over 5,000 paying customers in more than 100 countries.
Founded in 2019 by Badri Rajasekar, an expert in video technology, who will help develop new features and products in-house at Hopin, Jamm hosts a number of customers including Swoop, SignEasy, Deepsource, Stackery and others across a range of industry verticals such as fintech, gaming, education and more.
Founded in 2019 by Johnny Boufarhat, CEO, Hopin enables brands and communities to create all-in-one live video experiences for their audiences. Through its platforms, attendees can learn, interact, and connect with people from anywhere in the world. A remote-first company headquartered in London, with employees in 42 countries, Hopin had recently acquired mobile app development company Topi and video streaming company StreamYard. The company has also raised $570M to-date, with its most recent raise a $400M Series C earlier this month, co-led by Andreessen Horowitz and General Catalyst.