PlayMoolah is overall winner at Innotribe Startup Challenge, wins USD50,000 cash
November 3, 2012 by Terence LEE
PlayMoolah has just received USD50,000 in cash prize as the overall winner of the Innotribe Startup Challenge 2012 at Sibos in Japan. They were selected from 10 finalist startups after each gave a 10 minute pitch. To be eligible for the competition, companies must be under 3 years old and have received less than USD1M in combined revenue and investment in the past year.
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