Polish startup inSTREAMLY receives over $250k
Automated streamer management platform inSTREAMLY has raised over $250,000 in the seed round led by SMOK Ventures fund, reports MamStartup.
inSTREAMLY was founded by CEO Maciej Sawicki, Damian Konopka and Wiktoria Wójcik who have years of experience in esports and streaming. The company develops technology that allows streamers displaying their content in many independent live stream channels simultaneously and monetizing it.
inSTREAMLY offers a marketplace that is designed to enter streamers into cooperation with brands. Also, it provides SaaS model technology for the teams and organizers of esports tournaments, called streamcoi.
According to the MamStartup information, 2,000 streamers and several hundred European companies use the platform monthly. Play, mBank, Sony PlayStation and Netflix have already participated in the InSTREAMLY campaigns.
The company will invest the raised funds into further development of its technologies and products, as well as in hiring programmers, interested in esports, gaming and live streaming, and business development specialists.
The investor SMOK Ventures is a US/Polish venture capital fund that invests in early-stage startups in Poland with a focus on software and gaming.