Gametime Secures $30M in Funding


Gametime, a San Francisco, CA-based platform for last minute game, concert and show tickets, raised $30 million in funding.

The round was led by Nimble Partners (including Golden State Warriors owner John Burbank), with additional investment by Maven Ventures, Accel, GV, Jeff Mallett (San Francisco Giants principal partner and Vancouver Whitecaps chairman and co-owner), Palapa Ventures, Bolt Ventures (David Blitzer, owner of Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Devils), Tenere Capital, Blitzscaling Ventures, Next Play Capital, Alumni Ventures, University Growth Fund and other influential individual investors.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate product development and expand efforts to reach younger ticket buyers, and enhance its platform.
Led by Brad Griffith, CEO, Gametime provides consumers with a transparent way to buy and sell tickets for live events including sports, concerts, theater, and comedy shows. The company, which specializes in last-minute tickets, allowing customers to purchase up to 90 minutes after the event start time, has now sold over $1 billion in tickets to date.