The Russian startup Quintessence has become a finalist of the iGaming Asia Start-up Launchpad. According to the post written by Roman Bout, the founder of the project and speaker of Betting Trends Forum, Quintessence was short-listed for the contest and presented in Macao. Later, it became known that the project won the contest.
The iGaming Asia Start-up Launchpad is the gaming innovation contest for startups held for the first time and associated with the tenth anniversary of the iGaming Asia Congress. Game developers as well as marketing companies and related services (for payments, identification, verification, geolocation) were invited to participate.
Many companies submitted applications but only three were invited to Macao to present their projects to the panel of judges consisting of experts and investors from the gaming industry. Quintessence was one of them and was acknowledged the best.
Quintessence is a complex online marketing solution, a software product that allows reducing customer acquisition costs by a factor of two as well as increasing the average receipt amount by 50%.
The founder and CEO of the project Roman Bout is a marketing specialist and business consultant who previously worked with Pari-Match betting company and M.S.L.
Smile-Expo congratulates Roman and his team on the victory. According to the organizers of the Start-up Launchpad, the prize for the winner will be the free admission to one of the international gaming events in the role of an exhibitor, for instance, iGaming Asia Congress, Gaming, Racing & Wagering Australia, or Asia Gaming Summit.
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