Wamba Technologies has officially contracted Brian Upton (Tom Clancy: Ghost Recon, Tom Clancy: Rainbow Six, Warhawk) to work on the development of their up and coming eSports platform.
Regarding bringing Upton onto the Wamba Technologies team, CEO Gary Denham said, “I honestly feel blessed and lucky to have retained someone of Brian’s caliber to be working on this project with us. The Tom Clancy franchises generated into the billions of dollars for Ubisoft. Not only is Brian a part of our team, but he has skin in the game as well. I think that says more about our future than any words could possibly give justice to.”
Wamba Technologies is presently developing an eSports platform unlike anything else presently available in the video game marketplace and is expected to have a beta version up and running by the 4th quarter of 2018.
Wamba Technologies recently contracted renowned game designer Andy Ashcraft (God of War 2, God of War 3, Cars 2, and more) to the position of Chief Designer on the very same eSports Platform shortly after former Fortune CEO Paul Bolotin signed on board as Vice President of Operations. Bolotin formerly operated as CEO of MCRB, a subsidiary of Fortune company Dart Industries that is well known for a merger with Kraft Foods. Paul received accolades for taking MCRB into record profits and sustaining those profits for a full decade from 1980-1990. Following his success with MCRB, Paul was party to a number of successful ventures including supplying music to The Oprah Winfrey Show during its heyday.
When asked his opinion on having two power players like Upton and Ashcraft on the same team, Bolotin responded by saying: “Either one of these very talented individuals would make a strong case for a successful launch, but, to have both together on this project is really indicative of how revolutionary what we are building actually is. We aren’t trying to reinvent the wheel here, but we feel that we are about to launch a product that is truly a quality product.”
Mr. Bolotin continued, “In the current eSports craze, it seems that there are only two options for players who want to earn money by competing online. Either the opportunities are unavailable or unfair to the average Joe, or they are poorly put together as if someone just slapped a site together and called it eSports. I think the market is ready for a real quality piece of software in an age where fewer and fewer people seem to care about quality.
We aren’t just building to meet today’s demand, but are also asking ourselves constantly ‘where will this be in 5 years and 10 years from now?’. We want players to be able to come to our site, select their game, pay an entry fee, and be able to compete to win $20K, $50K, or more. With these kinds of opportunities for players, it’s just a matter of time before they come to know that Wamba Technologies is the place to be… and once they experience what we are building, we are confident that they won’t want to compete professionally anywhere else.”
While still playing things close to the vest, one thing is for certain: Wamba Technologies is beginning to look like a company worth keeping an eye on.
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