The QL Gaming Group, which provides sports betting data and analytics to consumers, media companies and sportsbooks, has raised $1. 1 million in funding, and acquired Finnish sports simulation company Accuscore.
The money and acquisition will be used to expand the company’s sports betting analytics platform, BETQL. It’ll also accelerate the launch of BETQL’s player prop and in-game predictions, and allow for more sports like pro soccer, tennis, golf and eSports.
The capital raise was led by Tim and Todd McSweeney, and also included Boston Seed Capital, Karlani Capital, Subersive Capital.
QL Gaming, formerly known as RotoQL, has now raised more than $8 million from investors including the late David Stern, the former commissioner of the National Basketball Association; John Kosner, Stern’s former partner at Micromanagement Ventures; and former William Hill Chief Executive Officer Ralph Topping.
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