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Sportdec is eyeing global revenue growth

Sportdec is preparing for a global launch and plans to be a one-stop shop for sports fans

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

5th March, 2017
Bruce Bale, chief executive of sports technology company Sportdec PIcture: Fergal Phillips

Irish sports technology firm Sportdec is looking to expand its revenue streams beyond betting, as it prepares for a global launch in the coming weeks.

The firm, based in Dublin, currently has 18 staff and its shareholders include former snooker world champions Ken Doherty and Stephen Hendry, retired Irish rugby international Reggie Corrigan, and golfer Gary Murphy.

Sportdec is looking at in-app purchases and partnerships as a means of growing its revenues.

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