Bilibili will acquire a 4.72% stake in game operator XD by buying 22.7 million shares at HK$42.38 (US$5.45) per share.
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The funds will be used to roll out Oyika's battery-swap service for e-motorbikes in Indonesia, and for the company's expansion in Vietnam later this year.
The new fund Elevate will provide follow-on capital to high-performing later-stage companies in B Capital's portfolio.
The fund will focus on investment opportunities in Japan and global markets South Korea, the US, China, and Southeast Asia.
It raked in US$1 million from companies such as Seeds Capital, Octava, EduSpaze, and Govin Capital in its seed round.
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The new funds will be used to scale up the Singapore business and expand into other key Asian markets, such as Hong Kong, said the firm in a statement.
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Qiandama could also raise US$305 million in a pre-IPO financing round, pushing the value of the firm up to US$3.81 billion.
Funds raised will be used to develop Uniphore's technology in AI, automation, and machine learning across the enterprise.
This will allow Atome Financial to expand its business in Indonesia through consumer financing.
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Uable said it plans to use the new funds to further build out its global team and add more experiences for its users.
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