Weekly Refresh: PointsBet Launches in Colorado, Flyreel Got $10M, and More

November 23, 2020


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Flyreel raised $10M. The company provides an AI underwriting solution for property insurance. IA Capital Group led the Series A. [Built In Colorado]

PointsBet arrives in Colorado. Founded in Australia, sportsbook operator PointsBet has completed construction on its U.S. headquarters in Denver and is launching its operations in the Centennial State following the legalization of sports betting in Colorado beginning in May. The company plans to add about 50 Denver employees within the next year. [Denver Post]

8 Colorado companies made Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 list. Deloitte released its 2020 Technology Fast 500 list. GCI Liberty led for the state, ranking at 45th nationally. [Built In Colorado]

Strava made $110M. The app offers GPS tracking and user analytics for runners, hikers, bikers and more. TCV and Sequoia Capital led the Series F. While the company is based in San Francisco, it has a sizable Denver presence  [Built In Colorado]

Nymbl gained $4M. It offers balance improvement technology. Cobalt Ventures led the Series A. [Built In Colorado]

Heads Up Health raised $1.3M. The healthtech startup lets individuals and professionals monitor health metrics. Inno Ventures led the seed round. [Built In Colorado]

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