$20M Raised for Digital Horse Racing Game ZED RUN

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Virtually Human Studio (VHS) has raised a $20M USD Series A round, to rapidly accelerate its leading platform development in the NFT space. The round was led by TCG with participation from Andreessen Horowitz and Red Beard Ventures.

VHS was founded in 2018 by a small team of tech innovators from Australia. Through strategic development and partnership, the immersive digital experience company is now pioneering the sports and entertainment world with the creation of the virtual horse racing platform ZED RUN.

ZED RUN at the Miami conference

ZED RUN showcases the revolutionary ways blockchain technologies have the potential to change the sports, entertainment and gaming industries by redefining the fan experience. It offers fans a first of its kind chance to buy, sell, race and breed their own stable of racehorses, transforming fans from spectators to owners. By unlocking this new type of experience, ZED RUN has built a deeply engaged community whose active involvement and feedback has spurred the company to greater heights.

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