CGS First Pitch finalists have recently been announced

CGS First Pitch finalists have recently been announced

CGS First Pitch finalists have recently been announced

The finalists of the forthcoming Canadian Gaming Summit’s First Pitch competition have recently been introduced.

The upcoming installment of the conference will host its inaugural edition of the First Pitch competition, giving various talented and innovative firms the opportunity to exhibit their pioneering ideas to compete for a set of special rewards.

The competition has previously been held at numerous installments of the organizer’s conferences in Barcelona and New Jersey, the expertise and learnings from which will be applied to its inaugural running at the Canadian Gaming Summit to deliver attendees and participants a top-notch experience during the conference’s Leadership and Growth track.

Three finalists have been announced for the competition, which are Flex Fantasy, Turnover Global, and Linemate.

  • Flex Fantasy has created a solution that lets players synchronize their progress in fantasy sports across numerous platforms and compete against other players for a wide variety of prizes.
  • Turnover Global’s offerings use simulation to create virtual wagering opportunities for bettors that reflect past real-life results accurately and deliver a top-notch experience with consistent RTP percentages.
  • Linemate is aiming to transform research for newcomers to the sports wagering pastime and to create a lifestyle brand dedicated to new bettors that will remove any barriers to entry that prohibit them from welcoming new wagering behaviors.

The aforementioned companies will be exhibiting their innovative solutions at the conference, where they will be able to attract prospecting partners and investors to expand their businesses.

The firms will also be competing for the competition’s exclusive reward, which is valued at more than 70 thousand Canadian dollars and includes a half-year marketing offer from SBC, which is worth 16 thousand Canadian dollars, and a half-year package from research company Eilers and Krejcik, which is valued at 33 thousand Canadian dollars.

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