E-sports group Wylde raises €375,000 from angel investors
The Irish professional gaming group has signed up top gamers to compete in video game tournaments
Wylde, an Irish professional e-sports and gaming group, has raised €375,000 in funding from several angel investors.
The Irish company is controlled by co-founders Stephen Daly, a former investment banker at JP Morgan, and David Cronin, former chief executive of the Ireland Funds and ex-advisory board member at Munster Rugby.
New filings lodged with the Companies Registration Office show Wyldesports Limited has raised €375,000 in funding for the business from five Irish-based angel investors. The ...