Gametime raises $20M in Series B

What does Gametime do?

Gametime, is a leader in mobile, last minute ticketing. This mobile ticketing app mobilizes friends in seconds with textable tickets at last minute prices. The app provides users last minute, on demand tickets for their favorite live environment and sports. It is featured as top rate app on Android, Ios and Apple Watch stores. This app reimagined the ticket buying experience for mobile in 2013 to bring convenience, speed and value to sports fans across the country. It is offering tickets to over fourteen hundred teams and performers in more than fifty markets in the Canada and U.S. This app will do all the sifting for the users, curating a list of the best seat values and presenting them game seat views, 2 swipe buying process and mobile delivery which removes printing. It is connecting sports fans to the events and experiences they like attending, instantly.

How much Gametime was funded?

The company raised $20M in Series B on September 21, 2016 from GV, Accel Partners, StartX and Evolution Media Partners.

Previous funding

$4M on September 23, 2014 from Accel Partners,  Havoc, Soma Capital and Marc Bell Ventures

$9.3M in Series A on May 14, 2015 from Palapa Ventures,  Casey Wasserman, Accel Partners, Brian Spaly,  David Blitzer, John Tucker, Jeff Mallett,  Sam Shank, Vivek Ranadive,  Jared Simon, Maven Ventures Growth Labs and Aaron Levie.

What is next for Gametime?

GameTime plans to use the latest funding raised for continuing on its steep trajectory as the company is pioneering the last minute into the next big category in this industry. The company has increased its app installs by 500% and doubled its staff to seventy full time employees including 2 key senior leader, including Katie Markov and Charles rice in engineering and operations.

More about Gametime

GameTime was founded in May 2013, by Brad Griffith. It has its headquarters in San Francisco, CA.