EIG Berlin announces Final 5 for Start-up Launchpad


Clarion Gaming event organisers of the upcoming EIG Berlin Totally Gaming Expo (21-23 October), have announced the five finalists of the 2014 EIG Start-up LaunchPad. The finalists will now pitch their services and business to industry and enterprise experts at the Arena Berlin.

The final five start-ups will be assed and interrogated by digital and igaming experts Mark Blandford, Partner, Burlywood Capital; Evan Hoff, Partner, Velo Partners; Ian Hogg, Chairman, GamCrowd; Anthony McAuslan, Director of Gaming, RoyalWins; and Hilary Stewart-Jones, Partner, DLA Piper.

Clarion Gaming  announced the following five finalists for the EIG Start-up Launchpad pitch:-

  • Asylum Labs – Tailored gaming development and production studio for igaming and social gaming operators.
  • Betify – Socially led betting platform, which enables customer base to set betting challenges for real rewards and prizes. .
  • Fresh 8 Gaming – Publisher acquisition specialists focusing on content engagement  for optimised igaming and sports betting player acquisition
  • DiscountIF – Next generation cashback and rewards operator.
  • RiftSino – Casino games developer for the future Oculus Rift Virtual gamer.

The winner of the Start-Up Launchpad will be selected by EIG delegates using the EIG mobile networking app (more information detailed in the below EIG Berlin video)


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