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February at The Fintech Times: GameTech

This February, The Fintech Times focuses on the fast-paced world of GameTech. With a variety of exclusive content ready to bring you up-to-date with the latest in gaming technology. Highlighted by various lockdowns in the global pandemic, gaming offers the chance to experience your reality virtually. Whether that’s following your favourite team in eSports rather than the stadium, or creating yourself a whole new character.

What’s more, technology advances in recent years mean that not only is the sector easier to access, but it has been heavily monetised through the addition of cloud subscriptions, in-game item tokens that can be customised or collected, plus a variety of different payment methods that make investing in GameTech possible. From DeFi to celebrity, this month we explore the growing world of GameTech.

Want more? Don’t forget to put these dates in your diary.

Thursday, February 11th at 11 am. 

Webinar: Payment Technology in Gaming

As the gaming market continues to grow, new ways to pay are top of the list for those who now not only subscribe to cloud gaming alternatives but also partake in digital collectables and in-game items. Here, experts in this webinar look at the growing surge for other payment technology alongside the success of gamers looking to cash out on their winnings, from eSports to skins.

Thursday, February 25th at 11 am.

Webinar: Tokenisation of in-game assets

From loot boxes to the latest celebrity gift drop, in-game assets that can be traded and sold between players is one of the fastest-growing markets of game technology, so much so that some game developers are moving to platforms that makes this easier for consumers, as the community for in-game assets soars. In this webinar we explore not just the Covid-19 lockdown that is driving a whole new market of cooped up individuals, but also how brands have used technology to introduce rare items and celebrity endorsed products which create a valuable element to in-game trading.

Author

  • Gina is a fintech journalist (BA, MA) who works across broadcast and print. She has written for most national newspapers and started her career in BBC local radio.

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