Malcolm Turnbull’s most contentious investment, a failed sports media company that lost almost $100 million and sparked a conflict-of-interest row over online gambling, has come back to life.
PlayUP, the sports startup Mr Turnbull helped bankroll in 2012, went into liquidation in February. It is to be re-launched this year.
A key feature will be sports gambling licensed by the embattled Norfolk Island Gaming Authority. While the Prime Minister will not have a stake in the new-look PlayUP, it is likely to be an unwelcome reminder of one of his more troublesome business forays.
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