Weekly Refresh: Headspace Raised $47.7M, Advekit Got $2.6M, and More

by Anna Holmquist
June 15, 2020
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Headspace secured $47.7M. The digital mindfulness app is backed by clinical research. The Series C extension brought its total raised to over $200 million. [Crunchbase]

Wave gained $30M. It develops, monetizes and distributes virtual concerts. Maveron led the Series B round. [Built In LA]

Riot Games partnered with Crisis Text Line. The company is best know for its League of Legends game. The new program will provide players based in the United States and Canada with free access to a mental-health support line. [Built In LA]

Whatifi raised $10M. The interactive group video app lets viewers choose what happens in the movies screened. Andreessen Horowitz led the funding round. [Built In LA]

RepairSmith acquired More Automotive Group. The group offers mobile repair and maintenance services for fleets, property managers and corporate office parks. This builds on RepairSmith’s full at-home service. [PRNewswire]

Grow Credit raised $2M. The minority-led company offers a platform that helps users improve their credit scores. The seed funding round included Mucker Capital, DraftKings CEO Jason Robins and NFL Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott. [LA Business Journal]

Ranker promotes new COO. Mike Filliben was Ranker’s first analytics hire in 2014, and now he’s chief operating officer at the publisher. Previously, he served as SVP of audience development and analytics. [PRWeb]

Advekit raised $2.6M. Its match-making platform helps to match users to therapists and use their out-of-network benefits. Moment Ventures led the funding round. [Crunchbase]

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