Greenberg Traurig, LLP represented Sortium, a developer of AI & Web3-oriented entertainment technology, in a multimillion-dollar seed investment round.
Sortium builds immersive virtual experiences for its users by combining Generative AI and Web3 blockchain technology. They created Sortium AI, a game and virtual production creator platform, to power their flagship game: CosmoGene. The company revealed their funding in a recent filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Sortium was represented by two members of the firm’s Israel Practice: Eyal Peled, a Corporate Practice shareholder and member of the Blockchain & Digital Assets Practice based in New York, and Omer Gamlieli, a Corporate Practice associate in the New York office.
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