Stefan Eriksson

Stefan Eriksson

Bo Stefan M. Eriksson (born December 14, 1961) is a Swedish criminal from Uppsala involved in the UK gaming company Gizmondo until it became insolvent in 2005. In 2006 he became known for wrecking a Ferrari Enzo in southern California, USA. He was the leader of the loose criminal organization "Uppsalamaffian" (The Uppsala mafia) until he began to develop the Gizmondo together with Carl Freer.

Read more about Stefan Eriksson:  Early Life, Gizmondo, Car Crash, Police Investigation

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