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FansUnite Entertainment | July 07, 2020
Vancouver-based sports betting tech company FansUnite Entertainment has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire another Vancouver-based company, esports software provider Askott Entertainment. The deal would result in a merger between Askott Entertainment and a new subsidiary of FansUnite. Under the terms of the agreement, which the companies entered into on June 22, FansUnite, which is listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange, will acquire all of the outstanding securities of Askott. A...
Novatek & DTS | September 29, 2021
DTS a global leader in next-generation audio, imaging and sensing technology and a wholly owned subsidiary of Xperi Holding Corporation, today announced that Novatek Microelectronics Corp., a major chip supplier for TVs, will be supporting DTS Play-Fi on its line of SoCs targeting the TV market.
DTS Play-Fi adds category-leading wireless audio features to TVs including whole-home TV audio streaming, multi-room music playback from leading music services, app-based headphone s...
prnewswire | September 15, 2020
The Elf Games is a full-fledged winter adventure that draws from all-American pastimes in sports and the ever-endearing magic of Christmas to create a unique and whimsical world. Chad and Mary Scott's new children's book goes way beyond the popular concept of rewarding good behavior and being on the Nice List through a story that imparts the values of sportsmanship, imagination, and determination in a new generation of sports fanatics. "As the owner of a multi-million dollar youth s...
venturebeat | February 04, 2020
The PlayStation 5 is coming. Sony Interactive Entertainment is launching the next-generation console this holiday. And one of the ways you can tell it’s imminent is that the company’s current games business is going through a cyclical decline. As part of its third-quarter earnings report, Sony announced that PlayStation sales dropped 20% compared to the same period in the previous fiscal year. Sony’s Game & Network Services Segment generated 632.1 billion yen ($5.8 billion)...
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