The retired ‘Class of '92’ players show they’ve still got the keepy-uppie skills that make them European Champions. Photo: Now TV

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

Operator of advertising-backed, free-to-play mobile game to raise up to US$20 million in new financing from private investors in the city

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The retired ‘Class of '92’ players show they’ve still got the keepy-uppie skills that make them European Champions. Photo: Now TV
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Bien Perez

Bien Perez

Bien has worked at the Post since 2000. He has served as Post Magazine's technology editor and Technology Post's deputy editor. He was a guest host on Tech Specs in TVB’s Money Magazine show. He won runner-up, Best News Writing, at the 2008 Hong Kong News Awards.