(Bloomberg) -- League Inc., a Canadian health-insurance startup, is raising $25 million in a funding round backed by Omers Ventures, Royal Bank of Canada and Manulife Financial Corp.

Toronto-based League lets employees find and pay for services such as therapy, dental work and chiropractor visits through a mobile application. League isn’t an insurer but connects insurance pools, employees and a broad array of providers through its app. It’s part of a band of new companies that are working to win customers from traditional insurers by offering services that are more flexible and easier to access through the internet or mobile apps.

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