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  • Fandifi (FDM) is teaming up with Esports Awards to present day #1 of LVL Up Las Vegas
  • LVL Up Las Vegas is taking place from December 11 to 13, coinciding with the 2022 Esports Awards
  • Fandifi operates an Esports/Sports wagering platform
  • Fandifi Technology Corp. (FDM) is up 8.33 per cent, trading at C$0.065 per share at 2:55 pm ET

Fandifi (FDM) is teaming up with Esports Awards to present day #1 of LVL Up Las Vegas.

LVL Up Las Vegas is taking place from December 11 to 13, coinciding with the 2022 Esports Awards. LVL Up is the ultimate esports business arena. The event features rich and intense two days of networking, conferences, and sessions. Attendees will be able to see top executives from endemic, and non-endemic brands share their experiences, discuss strategic development in esports, and more.

Attendees from around the world will meet leaders in esports, future partners, and peers in Resorts World Las Vegas.

David Vinokurov, CEO and President of Fandifi, commented on the announcement.

“We are honoured and excited to be participating in the LVL Up esports business arena. Being able to network with leading brands, influencers, platforms, publishers and other esports industry leaders will provide us with a fantastic opportunity to raise brand awareness and market positioning for Fandifi’s fan engagement platform. We’re looking forward to connecting with new and prospective partners while showcasing the Fandifi platform.”

Fandifi operates an Esports/Sports wagering platform. The platform is the ultimate mobile-friendly application for unfiltered raw Esports and Sports predictions and data interactions. It runs on associated neural networks tailor-made for content creators to increase the gamification of their content and enable fan engagement.

Fandifi Technology Corp. (FDM) is up 8.33 per cent, trading at C$0.065 per share at 2:55 pm ET.


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