Fever has raised 227 million dollars (about 200 million euros) in a round that values the company at over a billion dollars (more than 885 million euros), which makes it what is known as a unicorn .
The application for leisure and entertainment events thus joins Travelperk in the list of Spanish unicorns created in 2022.
The round has been led by Goldman Sachs Asset Management, and the company claims it is the largest the live entertainment sector has received, according to a statement.
New shareholders have also entered the investment, such as Alignment Growth, Goodwater Capital, which has invested in companies such as Getir and Spotify, or Smash Capital, an investor in Epic Games.
In addition, Eurazeo and Vitruvian Partners have participated, this through an operation in the secondary market, and shareholders already present such as Atresmedia, Accel or Philyra.
In fact, before the opening of the market, Atresmedia has notified that it has a 10% stake in the company, which would mean around 100 million euros.
Fever, present in 60 cities globally and with the United States as its largest market, is co-led by Spaniards Ignacio Bachiller, Alexandre Pérez Casares and Francisco Hein. And who is the latter?
Hein began his career in 2013 as director of business development and expansion at dating app happn. In 2015, he joined Fever as part of the executive team hired by Pep Gómez, who founded the company in 2011.