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Series B | Alive

Total Raised

$12.25M

Last Raised

$5.25M | 21 yrs ago

About Cariocas

Cariocas is a Software (non-internet/mobile) company based in San Francisco, California. Cariocas' investors include Monitor Ventures, SG Asset Management, Odyssey L.P. and New Enterprise Associates.

Headquarters Location

395 Oyster Point Boulevard Suite 110

San Francisco, California, 94080,

United States

415-348-6500

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Latest Cariocas News

Fluminense joined the League and Inter Miami: the details of the Inter-American Cup

Nov 7, 2023

05/11/2023 14:39hs. The celebrations at the Maracaná, after beating Boca 2-1 in extra time, are still latent in Fluminense. The Cariocas, in addition to conquering America for the first time in their history, won an important economic prize and qualification for other international cups. Yeah, By staying with the Libertadores, Flu will face Liga de Quito, Inter Miami and León for another crown. First on the calendar will be the Club World Cup (possible final against Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City, to be played in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, between December 12 and 22) and the Cup Winners’ Cup against LDU, in February 2024. And, next Unlike previous years, being continental champion allows you to advance to an interesting intercontinental competition. It’s about the Interamerican Cup, the one that has historically been played between 1969 and 1998, which pitted the winner of the Libertadores against the champion of the Concacaf Champions League. However, The 2024 edition will be remastered and will have some changes that led to the League and Inter Miami being able to participate. Fluminense won the Libertadores. As confirmed months ago, the 2024 Inter-American Cup will consist of a home run between the champions of the Sudamericana and the Libertadores by Conmebol and the winners of the Champions League and the Leagues Cup by Concacaf. All that remains is to know the venue (the three games would take place in the same stadium) and the official schedule for said contest. Inter Miami entered for the Leagues Cup, León of Mexico for the Concachampions and, of course, Liga de Quito for the Sudamericana and Fluminense for the Libertadores. Liga de Quito won the Sudamericana. Inter Miami won the Leagues Cup. “CONMEBOL and Concacaf will also organize a centralized final four-style club competition involving the best clubs from the respective confederations. The four participating teams (two from each confederation) will qualify through CONMEBOL’s existing club competitions. and Concacaf and the two confederations are working so that the first edition of this tournament is played in 2024,” stated the Conmebol statement from the beginning of the year. León, champion of the Concachampions. However, if we do not deal with new modifications, The Ecuadorian team could play with Messi and company’s team only in a hypothetical final or in a third and fourth place duel – if it is held –. This is because, in theory, the tournament will have a semi-final format in which the champion of the Libertadores will face the champion of the Leagues Cup and the champion of the Sudamericana against the champion of the Concachampions. That is to say: Inter Miami vs Fluminense and Liga vs León. This is how they qualified for the Inter-American Cup The first to enter the Inter-American Cup was Leon of Mexico, because they won against Los Angeles FC by a 3-1 aggregate in the round-trip series. The next to enter was Inter Miamiwhich won the Leagues Cup final in an intense penalty shootout 10-9 against Nashville, after tying 1-1 in regulation time. And within seven days of each other, they got their ticket Quito and Fluminense League, for winning the Copa Sudamericana and Libertadores, respectively. The Ecuadorians beat Fortaleza, a duel in which they won on penalties after 1-1 in the 120′ of play. For their part, the Cariocas tied with the same score against Boca, but in the extra time they left the trophy at the Maracaná. All Inter-American champions The Inter-American Cup was a tournament that began to be played in 1969 and was won for the first time by Estudiantes de La Plata. It was played with some regularity between the 70s and 90s, but was later discontinued. And now he will have his triumphant return. Independiente won this trophy three times, Nacional from Uruguay and Atlético Nacional from Colombia, two other times. And it has various winning countries, such as América and Pumas from Mexico, Olimpia from Paraguay, La Católica and Colo Colo from Chile and DC United in the United States. Joined by Argentina, with Estudiantes, Argentinos Juniors, Vélez and River. Independent, the most winning. 1973 Independent (Argentina)

Cariocas Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Cariocas's headquarters?

    Cariocas's headquarters is located at 395 Oyster Point Boulevard, San Francisco.

  • What is Cariocas's latest funding round?

    Cariocas's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did Cariocas raise?

    Cariocas raised a total of $12.25M.

  • Who are the investors of Cariocas?

    Investors of Cariocas include New Enterprise Associates, Odyssey L.P., Monitor Ventures and SG Asset Management.

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