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Dublin teen’s €100,000 high score Gaming start-up wins big backing

Reflex Gaming is the brainchild of Paul Sheridan

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
17th July, 2016
Paul Sheridan, 17-year-old founder of Reflex Gaming Picture: Fergal Phillips

A Dublin teenager has secured an investment of €100,000 in his games start-up from Hostelworld co-founder Ray Nolan.

Reflex Gaming is the brainchild of Paul Sheridan, a 17-year-old entrepreneur who is developing the business alongside co-founder Tomás McKinnon. The business grew out of Start-up Weekend in Dublin last July, moving on to Start-up Next. Both programmes are run by Tech Stars.

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