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GamCrowd Tech Week. Meet our Silver Sponsors.
13

Jun

GamCrowd Tech Week. Meet our Silver Sponsors.

GamCrowd is proud to introduce our sponsors for our tech week who without there support we would not be able hold this event. We asked them to answer a few questions so you can get to know them.
GamCrowd TechWeek – McDowell from FSB on the tech challenges ahead
08

Jun

GamCrowd TechWeek – McDowell from FSB on the tech challenges ahead

Kicking off our dedicated conference day this coming Wednesday, we have a panel that will tackle the subject head on and will ask what are the main challenges facing the gambling sector when it comes to technology. It features Dave McDowell, chief executive and founder of FSB Technology, alongside Max Francis from gaming technology startup Black Cow, Andrew Reader from early-stage investment firm Velo Partners and finally Vahe Baloulian, the chief executive from sportsbook backend provider BetConstruct.
I-pools brings peer-to-peer to fantasy
08

Jun

I-pools brings peer-to-peer to fantasy

I-pools is a peer-to-peer pools betting exchange offering simple and engaging online betting games in which players pit their sporting knowledge against the community or against their friends with the sum of the players’ entry fees (minus a small administration fee) is paid out in prizes. It was launched by Tristan MacDonald in February 2014 and in March this year announced a partnership with the Telegraph Media Group to run Telegraph Predictor. Here GamCrowd speak to MacDonald about his hopes for his version of fantasy sports and how the concept for the offering was conceived around a poker table.
The Dangers of Uninformed Digital Transformation
02

Jun

The Dangers of Uninformed Digital Transformation

The importance of digital transformation for companies has been stated on numerous occasions. The associated benefits it can bring and the advantages that using the process will give a business over the competition have been well documented by many people, and the most successful companies can attribute much of their success to this.
Collaboration, Not Confrontation, to Benefit Business Development
26

May

Collaboration, Not Confrontation, to Benefit Business Development

In recent years, there has been a huge increase in the number of start-ups that are disrupting numerous industries. The success of these companies have varied, but incumbents will have to contend with the effects they have had, or will have, on various markets.

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