‘America is a market that will really open up soon’
Cillian Barry and business partner Eugene Cosgrove have sold their gaming company SportCaller to US casino giant Bally’s for €40 million
Cillian Barry may have just sold a company he co-founded for €40 million, but he insists that he has not always been good at making money.
Last week, Barry and his business partner Eugene Cosgrove sold their gaming company SportCaller, which they set up ten years ago under the name Horse‘s Mouth, to the US casino giant Bally’s.
SportCaller provides free-to-play games to online gambling companies, and its clients include Flutter,...
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