SeatGeek’s $57 Million Round Financing

Cooley advised SeatGeek on its $57 million Series D financing round and concurrent acquisition of Israeli-based ticketing software company TopTix for $56 million.

The acquisition will power the expansion of SeatGeek Open, SeatGeek’s primary ticketing platform that launched in 2016, which enables artists and teams to sell tickets directly within other apps and websites. TopTix will operate as a subsidiary of SeatGeek, continuing to service clients across the globe.

Long-time Cooley client SeatGeek is a mobile-focused ticket platform that enables fans to buy and sell tickets for sports, concert and theater events.

Cooley has advised with a team including Stephane Levy (Picture), Brendan Koeth, Jason Saxe, Tali Sealman, Alison Haggerty, Charles Haley, Bill Galliani, Howard Morse, Adam Chase, Kristin Leavy, Aaron Pomeroy, Stephanie Gentile, Aaron Archer, Harry Calkin and Colm Murphy

Involved fees earner: Stephane Levy – Cooley LLP; Brendan Koeth – Cooley LLP; Jason Saxe – Cooley LLP; Tali Sealman – Cooley LLP; Alison Haggerty – Cooley LLP; Aaron Archer – Cooley LLP; Harry Calkin – Cooley LLP; Kristin Leavy – Cooley LLP; Charles Haley – Cooley LLP; Adam Chase – Cooley LLP; Bill Galliani – Cooley LLP; Colm Murphy – Cooley LLP; Howard Morse – Cooley LLP; Aaron Pomeroy – Cooley LLP; Stephanie Gentile – Cooley LLP;

Law Firms: Cooley LLP;

Clients: SeatGeek Inc.;


Author: Ambrogio Visconti