Gametime is a leading platform for last minute game, concert and show tickets.
Gametime's mission is to unite the world through shared experiences.
Gametime was founded in 2012 by Brad Griffith. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
Gametime provides consumers with a seamless and transparent way to buy and sell tickets for live events including sports, concerts, theater, and comedy shows. Gametime specializes in last-minute tickets, allowing customers to purchase up to 90 minutes after the event start time.
Gametime emphasizes mobile ticket delivery as an easy and environmentally friendly alternative to paper tickets and believes in going above and beyond for customers.
Gametime has now sold over $1 billion in tickets to date. Driven by younger buyers seeking a faster and easier ticket buying experience, the company is experiencing record-breaking ticket buying volume and revenues and is projecting sales to exceed $500 million in 2022.
Gametime is backed by Accel, GV, Nimble Partners, Maven Ventures, Bolt Ventures, Tenere Capital, Blitzscaling Ventures, Next Play Capital, Alumni Ventures, University Growth Fund, and others. The company raised $30M in a new round on May 26, 2022. This brings Gametime's total funding to $71.5M to date.