It was announced that Aaron Speach, the chief executive officer of the leading global esports tech and betting provider Esports Technologies, will hold a speech where he will address the company’s state of affairs and future plans.
Speach to Address the Company’s Shareholders and Investors
Speach’s panel is scheduled to take place on January 14 during the 24 annual Needham Virtual Growth Conference. The CEO will use the opportunity to speak about Esports Technologies and the state of the company. Speach’s address will touch on the company’s latest M&A deals and will also speak about Esports Technologies’ future and what the firm has planned for 2022.
Furthermore, the chief executive will take some of his time to personally speak with some of the company’s key investors and answer whatever questions they might have.
Speach said that he is delighted to have Esports Technologies take part in the Needham Growth Conference. The CEO called it “one of the premier events for growth company investors” and added that taking part in it would be incredibly beneficial to his firm. Speach concluded that he couldn’t wait to talk with investors and tell them about Esports Technologies’ recent acquisitions and the thrilling expansion strategy that the company plans to go for.
Esports Technologies Had an Exciting 2021
Around the end of 2021, Esports Technologies made some exciting deals. A little over a month ago, the company negotiated the acquisition of Aspire Global’s business-to-customer business, which includes its proprietary online casino and sportsbook brands Karamba, Hopa, Griffon Casino, BetTarget, Dansk777, and GenerationVIP. The deal saw Esports Technologies pay $75.9 million to seal the deal.
At that time, Speach had shared some insights in his goals of establishing Esports Technologies as a global leader.”
“Acquiring Aspire Global’s portfolio of innovative B2C brands, access to new markets, and its 1.25 million deposited customers is a strategic leap in our journey to become a world leader in esports wagering.”
In early December, Esports Technologies managed to secure a license for the UK market, which immediately positively affected the company’s share prices.
Additionally, 2021 saw the innovative company patent a few novel ideas such as a live streaming betting product for sports and gaming, a new esports predictive model, and an interesting idea for multiplayer battle games.
By participating in the five-day-long Needham Virtual Growth Conference, Esports Technologies will be able to provide industry enthusiasts, shareholders, and notable investors with further insights on the significance of the company’s 2021 feats and how they will help with the firm’s future growth.