The Microsoft and Disney-backed educational game portal pulled in $28m as investors also bought $62m of secondary shares.

Kahoot, a Norway-based learning assessment software developer backed by corporates Microsoft and Walt Disney, has raised $28m in a private placement featuring venture capital firm Northzone Ventures and company CEO Eilert Hanoa. The placement consisted of 7.5 million new shares priced at $3.73 each, in addition to 16.5 million existing shares that were priced at…

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