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Incode Technologies

Founded Year



Series B | Alive

Total Raised




Last Raised

$220M | 1 yr ago

About Incode Technologies

Incode operates as a digital identity company that builds biometric identity products for banking, payment, hospitality, and retail experiences. Incode Omni is Incode’s end-to-end identity platform that offers a customer experience at every point of contact with security across multiple channels.

Headquarters Location

221 Main St. Suite 520

San Francisco, California, 94105,

United States


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Latest Incode Technologies News

Future of Sport Lab Accepts Eight New Startups Into Incubator Program

Nov 23, 2022

June 9, 2022 The Future of Sport Lab, a collaboration of Toronto Metropolitan University and Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, has selected its new cohort of eight Canadian sports tech startups. The selected companies will participate in programming at the Ted Rogers School of Business and the DMZ business incubator as well as receive mentorship from MLSE executives. The selected startups span a variety of verticals: athlete performance, fan engagement, venue technology and youth sports. This year’s class includes: (Toronto): offering sports fan travel packages  Classlete (Woodstock, Ont. ): social platform helping high school athletes balance school, sports and social life  DIBZ (London, Ont. ): venue-based fan text messaging provider (Halifax, NS): youth-focused sports and fitness content platform  tiptapSPORTS (Burlington, Ont. ): touchless payment system that helps sports groups fundraise  Vic Park Analytics (Toronto): consultancy focused on female sports consumers  Previous classes of the FSL incubator included Zone7, StreamLayer, Spalk and The Gist. November 22, 2022 Tennis Australia is launching a new innovation program that invites startups to pilot their solutions at the Australian Open or other TA events. The new incubator, AO Startups , is an evolution of Tennis Australia’s founding of its Wildcard Ventures fund — which led the funding for SwingVision , an Apple-promoted analysis app — and its multi-year partnership with Techstars to create an accelerator. The priority areas for the first cohort of AO Startups are athlete performance, injury prevention, esports and gaming, climate action and Padel tennis. The deadline to apply is Dec. 14, although some entries will be considered up until Dec. 31. Selected startups will receive access to Tennis Australia at the professional and community levels of the sport. They will benefit via network access, product development assistance and proof of concepts. “Our partnership with Techstars reinforced just how important the entrepreneurs and early-stage tech community can be in shaping the trajectory of innovation. AO StartUps is a necessary and natural extension of our desire to do things differently and quickly … with the help of others.” Machar Reid, Tennis Australia’s head of innovation and Wildcard Ventures general partner, said in a statement. “Artificial intelligence, virtual reality, blockchain technology, sensors and wearables are all playing increasingly critical roles in the way we live our lives. This is an opportunity to apply those and other technological advancements to gains for fans, players, coaches and administrators at the Australian Open and throughout international tennis.” November 22, 2022 Foxxum has added DAZN ’s on-demand streaming lineup to its connected TV platform in Germany, Italy and Spain, taking advantage of DAZN’s soccer coverage throughout Europe. The DAZN app has been in demand by Foxxum Smart TV clients, and existing subscribers will have access to DAZN’s streams following the initial launch on Vestel devices. DAZN’s content includes live and on-demand game streams from Bundesliga and UEFA Champions League, among others. The service can be purchased annually or monthly and also gives subscribers access to sports in the United States such as the NFL, NBA, NCAA football and basketball, UFC, the EHF Champions League for handball and MotoGP. Streams also consists of boxing, winter sports, tennis, darts and cycling. Earlier this year, DAZN also signed a deal with online gaming software Pragmatic Play to incorporate sports wagering into its streaming service. DAZN Bet allows in-play betting during streams and is offered in over 200 countries and territories. The streaming service also recently launched a global content production arm, DAZN Studios , to increase its volume of original content such as documentaries, series and films. A film on Cameroon’s 1990 World Cup team and an inside look at soccer icons Diego Maradona and Ronaldo were also in development. The arrival of DAZN Studios came after the company created an innovation hub last November. November 22, 2022 Fitness app Trainerize will incorporate insights from the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) into its educational platform, helping participating trainers and coaches gain more expertise on nutrition, mental wellness and physical anatomy. Powered by ABC Fitness Solutions, the Trainerize mobile app is deployed by an estimated 400,000-plus personal trainers, nutritionists and wellness coaches most often as a way to connect with gym owners and clientele. The collaboration with the NASM  is expected to help the gyms and trainers generate more business virtually. NASM’s contribution to the app could be substantial, considering it has over 1.4 million certified trainers who specialize in physique and bodybuilding and virtual coaching. As part of the collaboration, Trainerize mobile app subscribers will have discounted access to NASM’s nutrition coach program, virtual coaching specialization program and other applications. November 22, 2022 Amateur sports management software company TeamSnap has acquired LeagueSide, a community sports sponsorship platform whose reach includes major brands such as Chipotle, Uber and Verizon. TeamSnap reaches more than 25 million coaches, administrators, players and parents across 19,000 sports organizations and will now add 11 million households and 2 million youth athletes through LeagueSide. The acquisition consolidates the management and sponsorship functionality into one place for organizers while helping brands have more direct contact with their end consumers. Among the other stated use cases is the potential of reducing participation costs for families of youth athletes via the new sponsorship opportunities. "We have listened to brands and partners looking for ways to connect in-person with youth sports communities, as well as youth sports organizations interested in sponsorship opportunities — and this is our answer," Peter Frintzilas, TeamSnap CEO and a Waud Capital executive, said in a statement. "Like LeagueSide, TeamSnap at its core is a company focused on improving the lives of youth athletes and their families, while making sports accessible to all. We are excited to welcome these forward-thinking innovators to our team." November 21, 2022 Venture Capital firm KB Partners has closed one of sports’ most prodigious early-stage tech funds with an investment total of $127 million that so far spans 10 startups such as the 3-on-3 hockey league 3ICE , betting-centric nVenue and gravity sportswear Omorpho . The highly-anticipated Myriad Opportunity Fund II — which follows founder Keith Bank ’s initial $41 million, 16-startup fund in 2018 — substantially exceeds its initial investment goal of $100 million. As part of the fund, other companies such as metaverse-focused Stadium Live , smart basketball SIQ , blockchain ticketing firm Tixologi , outdoor enthusiast portal Kaya and basketball-focused Shot Quality , media platform Goss and gaming firm GridRival all earned financial boosts, with likely 15-to-20 more investments arriving over time. Members of KB Partner’s advisory board include John Abbamondi, past CEO of the Brooklyn Nets and Barclay’s Center; Chip Brewer, CEO of Callaway Golf; Joe Vrankin, CEO of Puttshack; Elton Brand, long time NBA star and Philadelphia 76ers GM; Steve Byrd, former Head of Global Partnerships at Sportradar, among others. November 21, 2022 Women in Sports Tech, a non-profit seeking to diversify the industry, has opened applications for its 2023 WiST Fellowship Program, a summer internship for women and nonbinary students. The application deadline is January 16, 2023. WiST fellows work at relevant companies, teams or leagues for six to eight weeks while receiving a $5,000 grant and some reimbursable travel expenses. The fellowship program began in 2018 and included 27 recipients in 2022 , working at such places as Major League Baseball, Stats Perform, Titleist, GameChanger, Catapult Sports, Stats Perform and Oura. Opportunities for the 2023 summer program are still being finalized but include Stats Perform, Comcast NBCUniversal and the USOPC. The WiST fellowship is open to US citizens or international students enrolled in a US university. November 21, 2022 Partnership intelligence platform SponsorUnited has raised a $35 million Series A funding round led by Spectrum Equity, alongside other investors such as Milwaukee Bucks owner Marc Lasry and San Diego Padres co-owner Ron Fowler. SponsorUnited tracks as many as 1.1 million sponsorships across 250,000 brands and types of IP, with a longtime emphasis in sports. Utilizing machine learning and a global scouting network, the SaaS platform allows all but five major professional teams in the U.S. to monitor marketing partnerships throughout every major sports league. The company’s founder Bob Lynch formerly oversaw partnerships for BSE Global, the parent firm of the Brooklyn Nets and Miami Dolphins, and is a board member along with SponsorUnited’s Alain Benzaken. In its most recent research, SponsorUnited’s data shows sponsorships in women’s sports are increasing at faster rate than men’s sports. November 21, 2022 Liga MX selected Incode Technologies, makers of the facial recognition software, to implement a league-wide Fan ID program with installations for 35 clubs in more than 30 stadiums, covering more than 400 matches annually. Incode is also a new sponsor of the Mexican national team for its appearance in the FIFA World Cup. Following a violent brawl in the stands during a March 2022 match between Atlas FC and Querétaro, Liga MX required facial recognition be implemented for the 2022-23 season as part of its Fan ID program . Incode partnered with two Mexican clubs, Atlas and Santos Laguna , back in April. Now, the same technology is being introduced throughout the country’s top tier of professional soccer. Incode’s fully automated solution promises encryption of fan data while maintaining stadium security. Incode tethers facial biometrics to a ticket and, if partners choose to, it can be attached to a credit card for concessions purchases, including for age-restricted items such as alcohol.

Incode Technologies Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Incode Technologies founded?

    Incode Technologies was founded in 2015.

  • Where is Incode Technologies's headquarters?

    Incode Technologies's headquarters is located at 221 Main St., San Francisco.

  • What is Incode Technologies's latest funding round?

    Incode Technologies's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did Incode Technologies raise?

    Incode Technologies raised a total of $255M.

  • Who are the investors of Incode Technologies?

    Investors of Incode Technologies include DILA Capital, Framework Ventures, DN Capital, 3L, General Atlantic and 9 more.

  • Who are Incode Technologies's competitors?

    Competitors of Incode Technologies include Trully and 2 more.

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