Israel’s CogniSafe Raises Seed Funding For Anti-Cheating Software


Israeli company CogniSafe has raised a seed round from U.S.-based 21Ventures. Financials were not disclosed. Founded in 2006, CogniSafe provides anti-cheat software for online games, allowing game providers to detect the dishonest behavior and shut down cheaters’ accounts. It said it would use the funding for ongoing product development as well as sales and marketing. Release.

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