Football app start-up Ballr on the hunt for Hong Kong investors, as China set to be its key market

High-flying mobile gaming start-up Ballr is looking to raise up to US$20 million in new funding this year from Hong Kong investors, as its advertising-backed interactive football app taps into an ever-expanding fanbase across Asia-Pacific. Still only …
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