Gfinity has been named for the first time in the Sports Technology Awards Power List.
Gfinity is one of only two esports companies on the list, the other being EA Sports.
The STA Group’s mission is to ‘Inform, Inspire and Celebrate’ sports technology across the international sports sector and their Power List highlights the top companies in the industry with a tech-forward and innovative mindset:
‘The brands we included in the Power List were the ones who kept things simple and got it right.
It bears making the point that keeping things simple is not the same as being unambitious. The concepts we’ve witnessed collectively – of which there are thousands – are often hugely complex ‘under the bonnet’ but they appear simple at the point of end use.
The developers, marketers, producers or visionaries thought beyond a single-minded proposition, but where they achieved stand out delivery was almost invariably via one step or concept at a time.’
Gfinity CEO John Clarke said: “The Gfinity Esports Platform is our wholly owned tech suite that is used to power the programmes of our partners and clients, helping them to build their gaming communities. The STA recognition is much appreciated and a testament to the skills of our in-house tech development and esports teams”.
To download the Sports Technology Annual Review, and read the full Power List, follow this link.
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