Thursday, October 21, 2021

Tag: Gaming


WinZO raises $65 million in Series C round  led by Griffin Gaming Partners

This financing follows eight months after the company raised its Series B from returning investors Makers Fund, Courtside Ventures, and Steve Pagliuca, Co-Chairman of Bain Capital. Phil Sanderson, Co-Founder of Griffin Gaming Partners, will join WinZO’s board of directors.
Mobile casinos are only useful if it's compatible with your phone. Even if it's exciting as it can be, a mobile casino that is not compatible with your phone is a waste of time.

How technology is overhauling online casino

India is currently at the forefront of technology development, and although India's gambling laws have restricted online casinos based in the country
How tech bolsters security of online gaming platforms

How tech bolster security of online gaming platforms

The rise of online gaming and is evident throughout the world’s financial capitals with the UK, US, and a few other European nations at the forefront
Like any other industry, the gaming and casino sector have also imbibed next-generation technologies to bolster gamer’s experience

Here’s how online gaming industry gets AI boost

Like any other industries, the gaming and casino sector have also imbibed next-generation technologies to bolster gamer’s experience
Reliance Entertainment, Shibasish Sarkar, Content, Digital, Gaming, Anil Ambani

Reliance Entertainment elevates Shibasish Sarkar as Group CEO of Content, Digital & Gaming

Anil Ambani owned Reliance Entertainment announced the elevation of Shibasish Sarkar as Group CEO - Content, Digital & Gaming.
Bangalore based technology startup Absentia has launched the inaugural module of its animation tool Norah AI. (Photo/Absentia)

Bangalore based tech startup Absentia launches Norah AI for smart gaming

Norah AI can be used to create a wide array of interactive objects ranging from animations to entire games, all with the minimal human input, said Absentia
One of the biggest contribution of Genyo Takeda at Nintendo was to introduce batteries for the RAM in NES cartridges. As this allowed the save data to survive each time the console was turned off. (Photo/Agency)

Nintendo first game designer Genyo Takeda to retire in June 2017

Genyo Takeda who was one of the lead developers on the Wii console will be replaced by Ko Shiota who would take over his role in June 2017.
The Deputy Executive Director from TAITRA, Thomas Huang, speaking at the conference said, “For now, we’re expecting to have over 1,600 companies with 5,010 booths in COMPUTEX 2017.” (Photo/COMPUTEX TAIPEI)

COMPUTEX 2017 to focus on emerging technology

COMPUTEX 2017 will be held between May 30th to June 3rd, 2017 and will focus on ‘Building Global Technology Ecosystems’ with new themes on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, Innovations and Startups, Business Solutions, IoT Applications and Gaming and VR.
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