Wednesday September 23, 2020

After cracking the GAA scene, gaming firm targets European market

By targeting the fundraising efforts of local sports clubs, Irish gaming startup Runlastman.com has the vital members social networks all over Ireland and Britain on its side, writes Leanna Byrne

16th May, 2015
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Graham Carrick, chief executive of Runlastman.com, with Alex Courtney, head of sales, and Ronan Ryan, chief operating officerMaura Hickey

Graham Carrick, co-founder and chief executive of Runlastman.com, was organising a last man standing in his local GAA club, when he saw an opportunity.

A regular staple in local sports clubs, last man standing competitions are a popular method of fundraising. The rules are simple: pick the winner of a sporting match of your choice each week, and if your team wins you progress to the next week. Lose or draw and you’re out....

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