The Business of Gaming Services

on April 15, 2019
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One of the digital markets that continues to surprise me is how large the gaming market is and its growth potential.

I am personally not a gamer for two reasons. In my 20’s, I was very competitive in traditional board and card games. When I say I was competitive, that is perhaps an understatement. There was one particular game I played with some new people while I was working in the St Louis area in which my own competitive streak was so off base that it actually scared me and I backed off from playing competitive games for a long time.

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