What follows is a set of VC funding items culled from recent Regulation D filings with the SEC. None of these deals has been otherwise announced:
* Hidden City Games Inc. of Seattle has raised $15.01 million in Series B funding. Backers include Trinity Ventures and Rustic Canyon Ventures. The company’s filing says that it provides pharma product scanning and software, but peHUB assumes that a lazy legal type forgot to use whiteout on his-her template. In reality, Hidden City makes collectible trading card games. Its top managers previously ran Wizards of the Coast, which was responsible for such trading card games as Pokemon and Magic: The Gathering. www.hiddencitygames.com
* OnLive Inc., a Palo Alto, Calif.-based data and networking storage startup, has raised $16.5 million in Series B funding. Backers include Maverick Capital and Warner Brothers.
* vMix Media Inc., a San Diego-based online media platform, has raised $16.5 million in Series B-1 funding. ATA Ventures and JK&B Capital were joined by return backers Mission Ventures and Enterprise Partners. www.vmix.com
* Dataupia Inc., a Somerville, Mass.-based provider of enterprise computing data management solutions, has raised $16 million in Series B funding. Fairhaven Capital Partners was joined by return backers Polaris Venture Partners and Valhalla Partners. www.dataupia.com
* Vitreo Retinal Technologies Inc., an Irvine, Calif.-based developer of diganistic and therapeutic systems for the treatment of serious ocular diseases, has raised nearly $12 million in Series A funding led by De Novo Ventures. The deal included around $9.35 million in preferred stock, and $2.6 million worth of warrants. www.vitreoretinaltech.com
* PicksPal Inc., a Mountain View, Calif.-based provider of an online sports gaming service, has raised $3 million in Series C funding. Return backers include Bay Partners and Canaan Partners. www.pickspal.com
* Apollo Mobile Media Inc. has raised $1.2 million in Series A funding. Backers include Madrona Venture Group and Trilogy Equity Partners. The Seattle-based company describes itself as a “next-generation, integrated Web 2.0 and mobile consumer social shopping service.” www.apollomobilemedia.com