ESE Entertainment - CEO, Konrad Wasiela.
CEO, Konrad Wasiela.
Source: ESE Entertainment.
  • ESE (ESE) has signed a US$5 million contract with a European video game developer and publisher
  • The company will deliver technology and user acquisition services for the new client until June 2023
  • Its efforts will focus on one of the client’s flagship games, including targeting players from over 20 countries and 5 different languages
  • ESE Entertainment is a global technology and fan-engagement company focused on gaming and esports
  • ESE (ESE) is up by 2.94 per cent, trading at $0.70 per share

ESE (ESE) has signed a US$5 million contract with a European video game developer and publisher.

The company will deliver technology and user acquisition services for the new client until June 2023.

Its work will focus on one of the client’s flagship games, including targeting players from over 20 countries and 5 different languages.

ESE now has over 350 partners on its books, having garnered over 7.3 billion impressions through its technology platform, partners and affiliates.

“This is yet another example of us executing and securing new long-term multi-million dollar contracts for our gaming technology,” stated Konrad Wasiela, CEO of ESE. “We are keenly focused on increasing sales and improving margins, and we believe landing larger technology contracts is the key to achieving these goals.”

ESE Entertainment is a global technology, and fan-engagement company focused on gaming and esports.

ESE (ESE) is up by 2.94 per cent, trading at $0.70 per share at 12:56 pm EST.


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