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Asante Kotoko SC and officials of VEO have agreed to a partnership agreement. Asante Kotoko SC will receive in stock camera and other packages from VEO.

Globally, Veo has shipped over 3,000 cameras, and in September, the company received $6.3 million in funding from a group of investors that included U.S.-based CourtsideVC, a venture capital fund that has also helped fund the Athletic.

That amount is a step up from 2016, when Veo received $3 million in funding from Danish Seed Capital and angel investors.

Teisbæk, who functions as Veo’s CEO, is quick to remind people that the Veo camera isn’t just for professional clubs.

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