General Motors Ventures, Hyundai Mobis, SAIC Capital and Van Tuyl Group’s $50m venture financing with Envisics was the technology industry’s biggest virtual and augmented reality deal of Q4 2020 as virtual and augmented reality deals worth $349.69m were announced globally in the quarter, according to GlobalData’s deals database.
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The value marked a decrease of 64.5% over the previous quarter and a drop of 76.5% when compared with the last four-quarter average of $1.49bn.
In terms of number of virtual and augmented reality deals, the sector saw a drop of 3.45% over the last four-quarter average with 84 deals against the average of 87 deals.
In value terms, Europe led the activity with virtual and augmented reality deals worth $129m.
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technology industry virtual and augmented reality deals in Q4 2020: Top deals
The top five technology industry virtual and augmented reality deals accounted for 44% of the overall value during Q4 2020.
The combined value of the top five virtual and augmented reality deals stood at $153.73m, against the overall value of $349.69m recorded for the quarter.
The top five technology industry virtual and augmented reality deals of Q4 2020 tracked by GlobalData were:
1) General Motors Ventures, Hyundai Mobis, SAIC Capital and Van Tuyl Group’s $50m venture financing with Envisics
2) The $30m venture financing with TechSee Augmented Vision by OurCrowd, Planven Investments, Salesforce Ventures, Scale Venture Partners and TELUS Ventures
3) Thunderful Publishing’s $29.73m acquisition of Coatsink Software
4) The $24m venture financing of Apprentice.io by GREE VR Capital, Insight Venture Management, Pacific Western Bank, Pritzker Group Venture Capital and The Venture Reality Fund
5) CDF-Capital and Ivy Capital’s venture financing with Pimax Technology Shanghai for $20m.