The Microsoft-backed educational game platform has landed investment from Walt Disney, boosting its valuation from $300m to $376m in two months.
Norway-based educational game developer Kahoot has increased its valuation to $376m with an investment from entertainment and media group Walt Disney sized at approximately $15m, TechCrunch reported. Disney has purchased a 4% stake in the company, which was valued at $300m in a $15.3m round just two months ago, equating to a $15m commitment that…
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