Kaizen Gaming and GSIC powered by Microsoft are calling all startups for the new GameTech Challenge
Global Sports Innovation Center powered by Microsoft (GSIC) and Kaizen Gaming , one of the fastest growing GameTech companies internationally, are partnering forces to identify the most disruptive solutions and the latest technologies worldwide through Kaizen Gaming’s GameTech Innovation Challenge in the following aspects of fan engagement and interaction, UI/UX, web3.0, VR/AR and gamification of experiences:
- Social Interaction: Create social funnels where Kaizen’s users will be able to interact with each other while they are watching live matches or playing casino games.
- Live Sport Visualizations: Use computer vision technology or any other technology in order to create 3D visualizations for live sport matches.
- Gamification In iGaming: Open Challenge around Gamification in online Sports Betting and Casino. Think how p2p competitions can offer entertainment to Kaizen’s users.
This call targets any company, regardless of its size and where it is based, that can solve any of these challenges, using technological innovations.
“We are excited to launch this new partnership with the Global Sports Innovation Center that will help us drive innovation and create more engaging products and services for our customers. Most importantly though, we look forward to identify and working with new talented teams, because it’s only through collaboration and out-of-the-box thinking that we can reach the next level of customer experience.” mentioned George Kourakos, Director of Innovation, Kaizen Gaming.
“We are looking forward to this new international open innovation call that will help us detect solutions and technologies in such area of sports industry as gaming, because it’s one of the most fast-growing and the one that offers plenty of opportunities both to startups and to sports entities to generate new revenue streams and increase fan loyalty. We are very pleased to be partnering with Kaizen for this project and we are looking forward to receiving applications that can solve the proposed challenges”, said Iris Cordoba, the General Manager of the GSIC powered by Microsoft.