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Sportdec has been acquired by Winsure International

The owners of Sportdec have sold the company to WinSure International.

Sportsdec is an exciting new B2C and B2B sports technology company with a unique and proprietary prediction game and platform. The company has developed a unique game for sports fans combining betting odds, knowledge and strategy. Sportdec leverages its in-house proprietary technology to deliver a simple and engaging user experience, not available from traditional game contest apps, sports betting or daily fantasy sports operators. Having designed and released a fully functional B2C app on iOS and Android, the next step in Sportdec's growth strategy focuses on the licensing of its technology to sports publishers, top tier sports betting operators and other potential partners for whom the company offers significant benefits such as increased user engagement, incremental revenue growth and the ability to monetize new customers at significantly lower acquisition costs.

WinSure is an international estate planning and wealth management consulting practice also providing corporate services and operational solutions to a range of global clients from its Singapore head office since 2009. Operational services also include consultancy, implementation and management of various finance-related projects for international clients.

Oaklins' team in Ireland advised the seller in this transaction.

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 James  Doody

James Doody

Associate Director

Dublin, Ireland
Oaklins IBI
 Stephen  Beale

Stephen Beale

Associate

Dublin, Ireland
Oaklins IBI

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