Players Health, the Minneapolis-based company focused on youth sports risk management, has announced a $28 million raise. The round was led by Mastry Ventures and SiriusPoint Ltd. The company says it will use the funds for the hiring and development of its app.
“These investments further our mission to create a safe haven in at least one corner of a child’s world,” Founder and CEO Tyrre Burks said in a release. “We expand the roster of guardians and the safety net of accountability for the increasing number of youth athletes.”
Founded in 2016, Players Health enables youth sports teams to track injuries to prevent a premature return to play as well as reporting other types of misconduct.
Players Health has raised more than $35 million to date.
To learn more about Players Health and Founder and CEO Tyrre Burks, listen to his episode of The tech.mn Podcast.