SeatGeek was founded in 2009 by Russell D'Souza and Jack Groetzinger. While SeatGeek abandoned plans to go public via SPAC merger in 2022, the company confidentially filed IPO documents in April 2023.

SeatGeek is a mobile-first ticket sales platform. Originally founded as a ticket resale marketplace, the platform has grown to become the primary ticketing outlet for a number of organizations and venues. The company has raised more than $300 million in venture capital funding from investors including Accel, Wellington Management, Arctos Sports Partners, Glynn Capital, Causeway Media Partners, Haystack Partners, Mousse Partners, and Technology Crossover Ventures. The company disclosed a $1 billion pre-money valuation following a $238 million Series E fundraising round in 2022.

These comments should not be interpreted to mean that the company is formally pursuing or foregoing an IPO.

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Who are SeatGeek's major investors?

Foundry Group
Wellington Management
Rho Ventures
Evolution Media
Elysian Park Ventures
Glynn Capital
Entrée Capital
Stage One Capital

SeatGeek Funding Rounds and Last Known Valuation

Date Funding Round Funding Raised Price per Share Last Known Valuation
8/31/2022 Series E $238MM raised $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
6/22/2020 Series D-1 $103.84MM raised $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
4/18/2017 Series D $57MM raised $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
4/2/2015 Series C $61.96MM raised $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
8/28/2014 Series B $37.48MM raised $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
8/29/2012 Series A-2 $1.59MM raised $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
7/21/2010 Series A-1 $1.09MM raised $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
1/8/2010 Series A $788.73K raised $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
Based on primary financings
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What is SeatGeek funding to date?

SeatGeek has raised $501.74MM to date.
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When was SeatGeek founded?

SeatGeek was founded in 2009.
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Updated on: Nov 15, 2023


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