New fundings in China on May 16, 2017
New fundings in China on May 17, 2017
Huya (虎牙直播), a 12-year-old, Guangzhou-based live streaming website, has raised US$75 million in Series A funding led by China Ping An Insurance Overseas (Holdings) Limited (中国平安保险海外(控股)有限公司), with participation from Banyan Capital (高榕资本), Engage Capital (亦联资本), Morningside Venture Capital (晨兴创投), and YY Inc. chairman Li Xueling.
GLXSS (亮亮视野), a three-year-old, Beijing-based AR glasses developer, has raised tens of millions of US dollars in Series B funding led by Bluerun Ventures (蓝驰创投), with participation from Matrix Partners China (经纬中国).
China GreatWall Environment Improving (航天长城节能环保科技), a 3.5-year-old, Beijing-based company that provides solutions on energy conservation and environmental protection, has raised RMB120 million (US$17 million) in Series A funding led by CITIC Capital (中信资本).
One Season Boot Camp (壹季体能), a 11-year-old, Beijing-based fitness training studio that mainly provides training for marathon and cross-country running, has raised RMB23 million (US$3.3 million) in Series A funding led by Shunwei Capital (顺为资本), with participation from Yunaxun Fund (元迅基金).
New fundings in China on May 18, 2017
Vertsight (竖视文化), a four-month-old, Shanghai-based online platform that creates vertical version of video content, has raised RMB60 million (US$8.7 million) in Series A funding led by ANTS Venture Capital (安持资本).
DeePhi Tech (深鉴科技), a one-year-old, Beijing-based AI firm that provides deep learning solutions, has raised tens of millions of US dollars in Series A funding from investors including Xilinx (赛灵思), MediaTek (联发科), Tsinghua Holdings (清华控股), Sigma Square (方和资本), GSR Ventures (金沙江创投), and Banyan Capital (高榕资本).
Qupital, a one-year-old, Hong Kong-based online invoice trading platform that allows companies to raise finance against their receivables, has raised US$2 million in a seed round led by Alibaba and MindWorks Ventures, with participation from DRL Capital and Aria Group.
ETop Pass (易特创思熊猫车险), a 9-year-old, Beijing-based usage-based auto insurance, has raised RMB 50 million in Series A funding led by Xinjun Capita (新浚资本) and QF Capital (启赋资本), with participation from Legend Star (联想之星) and Jiuguo Investment (九果投资).
The article China Funding Daily, May 16th,17th and 18th: Live streaming, AR glasses and AI first appeared in TechNode.
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