Irish technology company Xanadu is creating 120 new jobs in Cork.
The company, which is a global gaming technology and services provider, currently employs over 100 people at its base in Blackpool.
Xanadu was founded in 2011 with just eight employees.
Recruitment is now underway for 60 positions in its Programming, Data Analytics and Marketing departments, with a further 60 roles to be filled within the next 12 months. The company previosuly added 40 jobs in late 2013.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny will officially announce the jobs at the company's headquarters later this morning.
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