Youth sports safety, technology platform raises $28 million

Players Health, a Minnesota-based sports technology platform, closed a $28 million funding round to support its mission to provide insurance and risk management services to youth sports organizations.

“These investments further our mission to create a safe haven in at least one corner of a child’s world,” said Tyrre Burks, Founder and CEO of Players Health.

Led by a global insurer Sirius Point and Masters companiesa venture capital firm launched by the three-time NBA champion Andre Iguodalathe round will allow Players Health to invest in technology, athlete safety and insurance offerings for sports organizations.

Players Health provides a wide range of services for some of the largest youth sports organizations in the United States.

  • The company offers personnel coaching and certification, education and training services.
  • It provides a platform for abuse reporting and investigation.
  • It facilitates background checks and documents athlete injuries.
  • His current clients include American Football for Youth, NFL flag footballand United States of America.

Players Health’s latest funding round also included existing investors RPM Ventures, Will Ventures and EOS Venture Partners.

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