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"It's not the game you're playing; it's who you're playing with."
Gamelancer launched today with the aim of giving gamers a new way to make money, and to make sure users get teammates matched to their skills.
Applications opened today for Techstars Music accelerator program.
L.A.-based Community.com, which hopes to connect musicians and celebrities directly with their core audience, gets hit with a lawsuit alleging fraud.
Music tech company MelodyVR buys Napster for $70 million.
L.A. gaming crew Faze Clan adds former NBA star Ben Simmons to its roster.
Bike and scooter share companies are gearing up to fight a California bill that would ban them from asking users to waive liability.
Gamelancer wants to bring the gig economy to gaming, and it's raised a seed round of $800K to get there. Read more >>
Wrapbook hopes to be the leading payroll processing platform for the entertainment industry. The round was led by Equal Ventures with participation from Uncork Capital and 4S Bay Partners. Read more updates >>
PatientPop works with the patient's electronic medical record and electronic health record to connect them to doctors that best fit their needs. It also allows patients to track and book their appointments. Read more >>
Apply to join wfh.LA: our private network created for L.A. founders, investors and operators. Our members come from the likes of Snap, Grid110, Techstars LA and Crosscut Ventures, and we're looking to grow. Submit your application here!
What does the future hold for VC-funded start-ups on both sides of the Pacific? Join us for a virtual roundtable in partnership with the Asia Society of Southern California on Thursday, August 27th at 5:00 p.m. PST. Read more & register >>