Dublin gaming start-up attracts 80,000 users
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Player.me, a new social discovery platform for the gaming industry co-founded by Dubliner Sean Fee, has attracted over 80,000 users since it launched at the start of last week.
Fee, a 33-year-old former investment banker, founded the business in 2013 with partners Mak Sok and Jamil Velji.
The company has already received funding from the All Mobile Fund, a spinout of private equity fund Pacific Technology Partners.
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