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FansUnite Entertainment to acquire Askott Entertainment and create new gaming tech company (BETAKIT)
The two companies have entered into a definitive agreement to merge Askott Entertainment with a new subsidiary of FansUnite.
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The new service allows companies to access low-cost hardware and pay for the software and hardware on a single invoice.
Montreal-based Haivision, which develops video streaming solutions, has acquired Teltoo, a video startup based in Louisville, Colorado.
Rimeto, which has raised $10 million in venture funding, builds a detailed employee dictionary for companies.
The deal was valued at $46 million and closed July 8, six months after the companies entered a definitive agreement on the acquisition.
The $100 million startup is learning the hard way that content moderation needs to come first.
Calgary’s SensorUp closes $6 million Series A to strengthen location intelligence platform (BETAKIT)
Alberta-based SaaS startup SensorUp raised $6 million in a Series A financing round led by Evok Innovations.
The data-driven tech engine at the heart of Hollywood’s content factories (WALL STREET JOURNAL)
Coronavirus and the era of stay-at-home binge-watching is accelerating the entertainment industry’s reliance on analytics and data to target its productions to the increasingly fractured tastes of a nation.
Clearview AI, an American company that provides biometric security software, will no longer offer its facial recognition services in Canada.
Investors are paying a hefty premium for subscription software companies that are getting major boosts from shelter-in-place orders.