CogniSafe Grabs Funding

Lee, Michael
October 2008
Red Herring;10/6/2008, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on the seed funding issued by U.S. venture capital company 21Ventures to CogniSafe. CogniSafe manufactures real-time anti-cheating software for online games. According to CogniSafe, the funding will be allocated to sales, marketing and product development. David Anthony, managing partner at 21Ventures, said that the company believes that CogniSafe can help in keeping the integrity of online gaming.


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