Virtual reality-focused venture capital firm Rothenberg Ventures agreed to provide an undisclosed amount of funding and strategic advice to VR engagement and delivery platform Zeality. Paraag Marathe, chief strategy officer and vice president of football operations for the San Francisco 49ers, also contributed funding. The team has been working with Zeality on a VR production. In addition, Jason Khalipa, owner of the corporate wellness program NC Fit and an eight-time CrossFit Games athlete, participated in the round. This is the company’s first round of funding.
Source: Press Release