Mitoo Raises $ 1.5m to Build Platform For World’s Sports

May 22, 2015

Mitoo, professional viagra on the path to become the platform for sports  North America and Western Europe, is today announcing a $1.5m seed round from some of the biggest names in leading names in building and scaling social networks. The company also today announced release of the newest version of its app in North America, where it now includes listings for almost 90 percent of amatuer sports leagues across basketball, softball, soccer, football, rugby, kickball, and many others.

Investors include a selection of current and former Facebook executives such as Dave Morin and Kevin Colleran’s Slow Ventures, Christian Hernandez’s White Star Capital, and Tom Arrix, former VP of North America for Facebook. Also joining the round as a strategic investor is Pentland Group – the company behind high profile sports brands such as Canterbury, Speedo, Berghaus, Mitre, Prostar and Ellesse.

“Sports is an area of passion for millions of people,” said Christian Hernandez, Managing Partner of White Star Capital. “My teammate and I might meet up and play our heart’s out every Wednesday evening, but not necessarily be friends on Facebook. Mitoo bridges that gap by allowing athletes to connect and communicate, and by allowing leagues to better attract and retain players.” 3nmitoo2

Mitoo was first released in the UK at the beginning of 2014 growing quickly, sending 5.1 million app notifications to players in the last 12 months, generating very high levels of player engagement along the way. Now with the release of Mitoo V2 in North America, Mitoo’s mission to help take US based sports leagues to the next level and in the process, build the platform for the world’s sports leagues, teams and players.

CEO and co-founder Andrew Crump added: “Every level of organized sports consists of the same communication problems. These problems make it hard for new and interested amateur players to find, play, and most importantly stay involved in leagues. Mitoo is changing that with an organized and efficient experience built for league and players of community based sports.”

“This round was really about bringing on board some incredible people with real experience in sports, platforms and networks, so it is truly great to be supported by many brilliant minds.”

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