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Grilla has raised $3 million in funding for its skill-based gaming tournament platform. The company has also formally launched its product.

During the beta test, the platform grew to more than 15,000 registered users. Tusk Venture Partners led the funding round.

Miami-based Grilla is an all-in-one platform where eligible users can easily create, manage and compete in any type of tournaments. Players can compete in over 100 video game titles across mobile, PC, Xbox, VR, and more. Grilla lets players create tournaments, collect entry fees, manage brackets and pay prize pools.

With a built-in wallet and proprietary real-money gaming features, Grilla unlocks consumers’ ability to wager in any type of video game or skill-based competition such as golf, backgammon, bowling, chess, basketball or just about anything else, said Evan Kaylin, CEO of Grilla, in an interview with GamesBeat.


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