NFT Platform Rario Raises $120MLivia Green
Non-fungible token (NFT) sports marketplace Rario closed a $120 million Series A funding round.
We are pleased to announce that we have raised $120M Series A Funding led by Dream Capital. With this partnership, we will get access to Dream Sports’ 140M users to potentially build the world’s biggest cricket NFT platform.🏏🏟️ #RarioxDreamCapitalhttps://t.co/roNj9LZDZF
— Rario (@rariohq) April 21, 2022
The investment round was led by Dream Capital with the participation of Corporate Venture Capital, M&A Dream Sports and Alpha Wave Global. Previously, the startup was supported by Animoca Brands, Presight Capital and Kingsway Capital.
Founded in 2021, Rario is an NFT platform dedicated to cricket. The project team has entered into a multi-year exclusive deal with Cricket Australia to create a themed metaverse.
Rario is giving fans the opportunity to own “a piece of cricket history” through digital collectibles. The team claims to have sold more than 50,000 NFTs to fans in 20 countries.
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