The company raised $120 million of Series D venture funding in a deal led by Technology Crossover Ventures on November 13, 2018, putting the company's pre-money valuation at $180 million. Other undisclosed investors also participated in this round. The funding will be used to expand to more "emerging" platforms, like connected TV (where it's already active). Prior to that, the company raised $10.00 million of Series C venture funding in a deal led by Triangle Peak Partners on December 17, 2017, putting the company's pre-money valuation at $147.47 million. Focus Ventures (USA), Industry Ventures, Treetop Ventures, Trident Capital, Norwest Venture Partners and VSL Partners also participated in the round.