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https://gamerjibe.com is a big deal, that’s why we decided to partner with them. The event will be hosted by LinkedIn influencer Chris Smith who is an incredible guy posting value content and a ton of interviews on Linkedin almost every day. He will actually live stream from the conference daily at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/smithymayo/.
Covered by USA Today, all around the games and esports business
At FiPME we’ve worked for huge brands like Samsung, Red Bull or NBC Universal, so we are excited to attend panels at Gamerjibe all around esports, what’s going on with the Call of Duty World League, Riot Games franchise system and how Europe is developing with skyrocketing teams like Astralis from Sweden. As serial entrepreneurs at the startup panel we will also share the ins and outs of working for a startup, how to scale a team and recruiting talent at the early stage.
We are especially happy to announce that a lot of press will attend the Gamerjibe Conference as well — a lot of gaming and esports outlets, but also mainstream & lifestyle giant USA Today.