New York-headquartered live entertainment discovery platform, Fever, has raised a further $110m (£91m/€102m) in funding.
The venture funding round was led by Goldman Sachs with the participation of Eurazeo, Convivialité Ventures, Goodwater Capital, Alignment Growth, Vitruvian Partners and Smash Capital. Many of these companies, including Goldman Sachs, were involved in the platform’s previous funding round.
The new funding boost follows January 2022’s $227m funding round, with Fever now valued at well over $1bn.
According to a report from technology news platform Tech.eu, the company has doubled its turnover, with North America comprising over 50% of the group’s revenues.
Fever was launched by three Spaniards, Ignacio Bachiller Ströhlein (right), Alexandre Perez Casares (middle) and Francisco Hein (left) in 2014.
Fever has been involved in events such as Harry Potter, Stranger Things, Van Gogh, Jurassic World and Friends immersive experiences.