Chinese Internet mogul Vic Lee will be joining multi-billionaire Carlos Slim and Kazakh businessman Kegnes Rakishev to help Mobli take on the Chinese market. But is that all there is to it? We think not.

A week after announcing it would start trading its stock on NASDAQ’s private market, and four months after enlisting multi-billionaire Carlos Slim, Israeli startup Mobli adds another star to its roster. This time it’s the Chinese Tencent’s Co-Founder, Vic Lee, that is joining the company board of advisors to assist Mobli in expanding its reach in China, and to explore new monetization pathways (Editor’s Note: Vic Lee was SEVP at Tencent before he left the company in 2012 to found Virtus Inspire Capital. He joined Tencent in 1999, according to Tencent’s Soso Wikipedia, shortly after the company was founded in November 1998. He is, however, not listed as one of the founders by Tencent.)

Mobli Co-Founder and CEO, Moshe Hogeg with Vic Lee.

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