WSC Sports secures $23MN funding | Media Investment | Business
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AI-powered sports video content platform WSC Sports has secured a Series C funding round of $23 million, to be used for growth across new sports, products such as sports betting and reaching new regions.
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The round was led by O G Tech Ventures, the international technology investment arm of Ofer Global, along with NTT DOCOMO Ventures, HBSE Ventures, Maor Investments, ISF and Go4it Capital in addition to existing investors. Existing investors also joining the round included Intel Capital, Detroit Venture Partners, Elysian Park Ventures, WISE Ventures, 2BAngels and iAngels.

WSC Sports' AI-powered technology creates personalised videos from sports highlights, automatically and in real-time. Major media rights owners including WarnerMedia, NBA, MLS, US Open, PGA Tour and Bundesliga use its AI capabilities to analyse live sports broadcasts and publish to any digital destination.

Daniel Shichman, CEO and co-founder of WSC Sports, said: “I am thrilled that such strategic investors have joined WSC Sports and am incredibly appreciative that our existing investors believe in the company and continue to support us. I am proud of what we have built so far with our amazing team and unique culture, and confident this new round of funding will help us to continue to grow and impact the way sports media rights owners provide the best experience to their fans.”

Eyal Ofer, chairman of Ofer Global, added: “We are proud to be a part of WSC Sports journey as it leads the way in revolutionising the way in which people consume sports around the world. O G Tech's lead role is consistent with our strategic ambition of focusing on unique growth opportunities led by exceptional founders. We are delighted that this funding will help the company with its global expansion across new sports, products and countries."