Transactional gaming platform company XYGaming makes first public announcement on the hiring of Australian professional gamer and their first public appearance at the Australian Cebit convention in Sydney, Australia during May.
April 5, 2014 (Newswire) - Startup Company XY Gaming (XYG) are making waves. They have just announced the welcoming of one of Australia's top professional gamers Scott "Boomser" Bednarski to the team. He is coming on board as their Social and Community Manager. In the wake of this new hire they have also announced their participation in Australia largest Tech and Startup Exhibition CeBIT.
For those of you who don't know XY Gaming they are developing a transactional platform that adapts to any video game on PC and gaming consoles, allowing online gamers to compete against each other for cash. Gamers register with XYG, place funds into escrow, issue or receive challenges and then play. The XYG systems automatically verify the results, take and admin fee and the proceeds are transferred to the winners account. XY Gaming was selected last year by the advance program as one of Australia's top start-ups by a panel of accomplished entrepreneurs and investors.
Boomser is a 28 year old from Brisbane, Australia who has travelled the world and received the honour of playing in some of the biggest gaming competitions hosted in the US and Europe. He is best known for his accolades in popular first person shooter (FPS) title Counter-Strike. Travelling the world for video games has been a huge accomplishment. Especially for a video gamer from Australia as he had to overcome Australia's remote location as well as E-Sports not being as well recognised there as the rest of the world. This travel has opened many doors for Boomser and allowed him to create many relationships with both fans and peers in the industry from every corner of the globe.
One of the most memorable and biggest accomplishments for Boomser was being able to represent his country Australia on an international television show called "Championship Gaming Series". The show was an international electronic sports league based in the US, which pit the best from countries around the world against each other in various video games. It aired on national TV and went for two seasons.
After talking to Boomser it is clear he has sights set on using his vast industry and media knowledge he has gained from the last 15 years as a professional gamer to push XY Gaming to be a landmark community driven global company. This experience will help transform XY Gaming into a flourishing community driven site that will differentiate them from their competitors.
When we asked the CEO of XY Gaming what he had to say, he said "I am excited to be working with Scott (Boomser) in a professional manner as I have known him for over 10 years now" said XYG CEO Aaron Fletcher. "It's going to be exciting times ahead and I can't wait to give to the community, what they have been asking for, for so long"
XY Gaming's first public appearance since their Silicon Valley trip last year will be CeBIT in Sydney, Australia on May 5th-7th. Announcements with full details about this will be coming soon.
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