Maze Attack’s Kickstarter is Launching

017-May-26 — /EPR Network/ — Maze Attack is a 2d puzzle and adventure indie developed video game. The game offers many fun and challenging puzzles and boss battles, which require good observation and challenges to overcome challenges. Maze Attack Kickstarter Campaign launches on www.mazeattack.com

Exploring the world of Maze Attack, Vimgraimeneya (Vim-Grain-Men-Ne-Ya), encourages players to learn about the surroundings of the maze, and each character’s unique abilities. When the sun is present in Vemgraimeneya, puzzles are less dangerous, and creatures and more fierce. When the moon is present, puzzles are more dangerous, and creatures are less aggressive.

This game is ideal for those who enjoy the rewarding and fun experience of overcoming challenging puzzles, while taking a journey through a rich, deep original story full of surprises and twists.

The Developers of the video game Maze Attack, is a small team of two. Joshua West – Game Designer/Developer Angel Tanos ( www.agifarclor.deviantart.com ) – Lead Character Designer/Animatior/Concept Art

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For information or questions, please contact:

Joshua West
mazeattackgame@gmail.com

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Website: www.mazeattack.com

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GameStop to shutter up to 225 stores

By Beki Winchel and Kevin Allen | Posted: March 29, 2017

It’s not just clothing retailers: GameStop—the company that brought video game buy-back mainstream—is also falling upon hard times.

It recently announced that it will close 150 to 225 of its 7,500 stores following a major drop in sales.

The announcement was buried in a short paragraph in the company’s news release, entitled: “ GameStop Reports Sales and Earnings for Fiscal 2016 and Provides 2017Outlook”:

In 2017, the Company anticipates that it will open approximately 35 new Collectibles stores globally, and approximately 65 new Technology Brand stores. The Company also anticipates that it will close between 2% to 3% of its global store footprint.

The company reported a nearly 30 percent drop in hardware sales and close to 20 percent drop in software sales in the previous quarter, according to its most recent earnings statement. Overall, sales fell nearly 14 percent.

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In a jargon-laden statement containing terms such as “maximizing free cash flow” and “rationalizing our global store portfolio,” GameStop’s chief executive said the company is pivoting to focus on non-gaming sales:

Paul Raines, chief executive officer, stated, “GameStop’s transformation continued to take hold in 2016, as our non-gaming businesses drove gross margin expansion and significantly contributed to our profits. Meanwhile, the video game category was weak, particularly in the back half of 2016, as the console cycle ages. Looking at 2017, Technology Brands and Collectibles are expected to generate another year of strong growth, and new hardware innovation in the video game category looks promising. As we continue our transformation plan, we will also be focused on managing SG&A spend, rationalizing our global store portfolio, and maximizing free cash flow generation to drive shareholder value.”

The company faces increased threats from online retailers and brick-and-mortar competition.

The closures caused some reporters to wonder whether this signifies the end of brick-and-mortar video game stores. However, The Verge’s Andrew Liptak reported that the focus on collectibles seems to be a wise business and marketing move:

Despite … those losses, there were some bright points, and GameStop appears to be pivoting to adjust. The company saw its sales rise by 27.8 percent when it came to collectibles, particularly with pokémon-related toys and apparel.

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Sam Bennett Joins Green Man Gaming as EVP to Lead New Customer Experience Department

LONDON, March 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ —

Green Man Gaming , a global e-commerce technology company in the video games industry, today announced the appointment of Sam Bennett as EVP of Customer Experience and Communications. Sam brings his extensive experience of managing and engaging communities as well as customer relationships globally at top gaming brands including EA, Sony and Activision to lead up the newly formed team. The new department covers Community Management, Customer Support, PR, Communications, Influencer Engagement, Content and Social Media.

Sam’s deep understanding of the gaming community and vast experience of running successful engagement strategies in a digital landscape will play a key role in helping the business improve the way it connects and informs its customers and partners. His multi-faceted skill set and experience will help to lead a team that aims to deliver “best in class” customer experience and a highly engaging and informative environment for Green Man Gaming store and community users.

Sam has held senior Community Management and Customer Relationship positions at leading global game publishers including EA, Activision and Sony Computer Entertainment Europe in the past. His deep understanding and knowledge of the gaming industry has been driven by his passion for games and hands-on experience of working on key titles including Call of Duty Elite, LittleBigPlanet and the FIFA franchise. Before joining Green Man Gaming, his role as Community Director at Edge Case Games saw him successfully drive positive engagement for the game “Fractured Space” as it moved from paid Early Access into Free to Play.

“Sam’s deep understanding of the gaming community globally and experience of successfully improving customer engagement is highly valuable to Green Man Gaming as we grow our newly launched Green Man Gaming Community. As a passionate gamer who understands our audience and a well-respected community expert in the industry, we look forward to working with Sam to make sure we put our customers first at all times,” says Paul Sulyok, CEO and Founder of Green Man Gaming.

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About Green Man Gaming 

Green Man Gaming is a global e-commerce technology company in the video games industry and the first choice for millions of gamers around the world.

We offer a wide range of digital games that our customers can play on their favourite platforms including PC, Mac, Sony Playstation and Nintendo. Working directly with over 500 publishers, developers and distributors, we offer gamers in 190 countries a large catalogue of multi-platform games at competitive prices. Green Man Gaming is an official distributor of Sony PS4, Nintendo, Steam, Uplay, Rockstar Social Club and many more PC platform products.

Green Man Gaming’s Publishing arm works with developers to help publish and market their own games, supporting them every step of the way. Our vibrant online community also connects gamers and rewards them for in-game activity. This gameplay data allows us to further improve the overall gaming experience.

Our passion for games and strong community platform provides gamers with the ultimate multi-platform destination to shop, connect and get the best insights online.

www.greenmangaming.com

Global Smart TV Market 2017 Split by Application, Regions, Capacity, Production & Price

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Chapter Four: Global Smart TV Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Region (2012-2017)

Chapter Five: Global Smart TV Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type

Chapter Six: Global Smart TV Market Analysis by Application

Chapter Seven: Global Smart TV Manufacturers Profiles/Analysis

Chapter Eight: Smart TV Manufacturing Cost Analysis

Chapter Nine: Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

Chapter Ten: Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

Chapter Eleven: Market Effect Factors Analysis

Chapter Twelve: Global Smart TV Market Forecast (2017-2022)

Chapter Thirteen: Research Findings and Conclusion

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Figure Picture of Smart TV
Figure Global Smart TV Production (K Units) and CAGR (%) Comparison by Types (Product Category) (2012-2022)
Figure Global Smart TV Production Market Share by Types (Product Category) in 2016
Figure Product Picture of Large Size Smart TV
Table Major Manufacturers of Large Size Smart TV
Figure Product Picture of Small Size Smart TV
Table Major Manufacturers of Small Size Smart TV
Figure Global Smart TV Consumption (K Units) by Applications (2012-2022)
Figure Global Smart TV Consumption Market Share by Applications in 2016
Figure Game Examples
Figure Education Examples
Figure Life Examples
Figure Tool Examples
Figure Other Examples
Figure Global Smart TV Market Size (Million USD), Comparison (K Units) and CAGR (%) by Regions (2012-2022)
Figure United States Smart TV Revenue (Million USD) and Growth Rate (2012-2022)
Figure EU Smart TV Revenue (Million USD) and Growth Rate (2012-2022)
Figure China Smart TV Revenue (Million USD) and Growth Rate (2012-2022)
Figure Japan Smart TV Revenue (Million USD) and Growth Rate (2012-2022)
Figure South Korea Smart TV Revenue (Million USD) and Growth Rate (2012-2022)
Figure Taiwan Smart TV Revenue (Million USD) and Growth Rate (2012-2022)
Figure Global Smart TV Revenue (Million USD) Status and Outlook (2012-2022)
Figure Global Smart TV Capacity (K Units), Production Status and Outlook (2012-2022)

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Defence IQ: UK Government ‘Excluding Conservative Groups’ From Counter Extremism Work

LONDON, March 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ —

Defence IQ recently interviewed Hanif Qadir, co-founder of Active Change Foundation, he condemned the governments Prevent campaign and its attitude towards religion-centred P/CVE groups.

Hanif Qadir, who has been engaged with the Home Office and Counter-extremist campaigns for over a decade, has decried an apparent reversal in strategy from the UK and other nations when it comes to funding and collaboration with these types of organisations. Read the full interview here > http://bit.ly/2oyFdEu

In this interview Qadir goes into the role the private sector has to play in any CVE effort, but are increasingly finding it hard to access neither funding or support, he believes this is due to the mistaken notion that conservative groups are aligned with extremism.

In terms of the UK’s current Prevent Strategy, Qadir does not agree that this strategy is on point he mentions how we are moving away from where we were in 2011-2012, a time when we he thinks the UK was „almost hitting the nail on its head”.The whole game has changed yet again, especially sine January 2017. Any CVE effort must adapt rapidly, but firstly we need to understand what is changing and why something that requires real time and effective engagement with communities right across the board .”

He goes on to outline that the government must change their approach and reason with the fact that no community should be left out of the CVE engagement space and in terms of how to asses the groups , it is a matter of looking at the history and community reach capabilities of every organisation.

Qadir will be speaking at this year’s CVE forum in London on 20-22 June, the annual symposium brings together communication professionals and government agencies from around the world to discuss the successes, challenges and failures, and novel methods for communication against the lure of extremism. Download the programme for this event here > http://bit.ly/2mhdBW7

Media enquiries: Olivia Timmins, enquire@iqpc.co.uk, Tel: +44(0)207-036-1300

SOURCE Defence IQ

Bristol enterprise leader named in UKs top 100

Director of Bristol’s iconic Engine Shed, Nick Sturge, has been announced in the Sunday Times prestigious Maserati 100 index; a list of game-changing entrepreneurs who are disrupting the business world.

The index is made up of Britain’s most successful philanthropists, investors, mentors, advisors and entrepreneurs who are supporting the next generation of business talent.

Nick has committed years to the collaboration platform Engine Shed and running the award-winning SETsquared business incubation centre. Engine Shed is a collaboration between Bristol City Council and University of Bristol, while the Bristol SETsquared Centre was set up by the University and is based at Engine Shed, in the heart of the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone.

The business leader has been recognised for engaging school children in the world of work, as he drives forward the mission to stimulate long term sustainable and inclusive economic growth. He is supporting and connecting business, inspiring young people to get involved, and showcasing to the public and potential inward investors the exciting opportunities that exist at the enterprise hub and incubators.

Nick Sturge, founder of Bristol’s Engine Shed, serial entrepreneur and business start-up adviser, said: „It’s incredible to be featured in the Maserati 100 for the second year in a row, and alongside such established and reputable leaders. I work with inspiring people every day and I continue to be impressed by the diversity and talent in this region that help create our ecosystem.

The diverse list features a high calibre of vibrant entrepreneurs, who not only help contribute to the growing UK economy, but also provide much needed support to tomorrow’s business leaders. Over 75 per cent of those listed are under the age of 50, with the average age of disruptors being 38. The South West gained fantastic recognition with seven of the innovators and disruptors named in the list originating from the Bristol and Bath area, while the technology industry made up over 25 per cent of the index.

Iain Dey, serial Sunday Times Business Editor said: „Business disruption has allowed start-up entrepreneurs to turn the tables on big business through innovation.” 

The Maserati 100 campaign was launched at the end of 2014 as part of the Italian car brand’s centennial year celebrations. In partnership with the Centre for Entrepreneurs members of the business community were invited to nominate the individuals who they felt should be recognised for their support of the next generation of entrepreneurs.

The collaboration partners have shared values; from the positive impact entrepreneurs have on the economy and society as a whole to the innovation, vision and determination required to succeed. The elite list is recognised by the partnership as they support initiatives and recognise others who do the same, with the final list curated by a panel of experts from the Centre for Entrepreneurs, including its founder, Luke Johnson.

Further information

Engine Shed

Housed in Brunel’s original station, dating back to 1841, Engine Shed houses a number of ‚components’ that together make an exciting hub for activity where entrepreneurs, business leaders, academics, students and corporates can collaborate, inspire and be inspired, enable and be enabled. It showcases the strengths and innovations of the Bristol and Bath city region in an informative and inspiring way.

Engine Shed is a collaboration between Bristol City Council, the University of Bristol and the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership at the heart of Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone. Its mission is to stimulate long term economic growth by supporting business, inspiring young people to get involved and to showcase to the public and potential inward investors the exciting opportunities that exist here.

SETsquared

SETsquared is a long-standing partnership between the universities of Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Southampton and Surrey which specialises in growing high-tech start-ups through its incubation programme and other business acceleration services. SETsquared provides mentoring, access to investors and corporate innovators and a wide range of industry experts through its network and training programmes. 

Independent research carried out by Warwick Economics estimates the economic impact of SETsquared member companies to be £3.8bn over this period, with the creation of 9,000 jobs and that these companies will go on to deliver a further £8.6bn of impact to the UK economy in the decade ahead.

Bristol enterprise leader named in UKs top 100

Director of Bristol’s iconic Engine Shed, Nick Sturge, has been announced in the Sunday Times prestigious Maserati 100 index; a list of game-changing entrepreneurs who are disrupting the business world.

The index is made up of Britain’s most successful philanthropists, investors, mentors, advisors and entrepreneurs who are supporting the next generation of business talent.

Nick has committed years to the collaboration platform Engine Shed and running the award-winning SETsquared business incubation centre. Engine Shed is a collaboration between Bristol City Council and University of Bristol, while the Bristol SETsquared Centre was set up by the University and is based at Engine Shed, in the heart of the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone.

The business leader has been recognised for engaging school children in the world of work, as he drives forward the mission to stimulate long term sustainable and inclusive economic growth. He is supporting and connecting business, inspiring young people to get involved, and showcasing to the public and potential inward investors the exciting opportunities that exist at the enterprise hub and incubators.

Nick Sturge, founder of Bristol’s Engine Shed, serial entrepreneur and business start-up adviser, said: „It’s incredible to be featured in the Maserati 100 for the second year in a row, and alongside such established and reputable leaders. I work with inspiring people every day and I continue to be impressed by the diversity and talent in this region that help create our ecosystem.

The diverse list features a high calibre of vibrant entrepreneurs, who not only help contribute to the growing UK economy, but also provide much needed support to tomorrow’s business leaders. Over 75 per cent of those listed are under the age of 50, with the average age of disruptors being 38. The South West gained fantastic recognition with seven of the innovators and disruptors named in the list originating from the Bristol and Bath area, while the technology industry made up over 25 per cent of the index.

Iain Dey, serial Sunday Times Business Editor said: „Business disruption has allowed start-up entrepreneurs to turn the tables on big business through innovation.” 

The Maserati 100 campaign was launched at the end of 2014 as part of the Italian car brand’s centennial year celebrations. In partnership with the Centre for Entrepreneurs members of the business community were invited to nominate the individuals who they felt should be recognised for their support of the next generation of entrepreneurs.

The collaboration partners have shared values; from the positive impact entrepreneurs have on the economy and society as a whole to the innovation, vision and determination required to succeed. The elite list is recognised by the partnership as they support initiatives and recognise others who do the same, with the final list curated by a panel of experts from the Centre for Entrepreneurs, including its founder, Luke Johnson.

Further information

Engine Shed

Housed in Brunel’s original station, dating back to 1841, Engine Shed houses a number of ‚components’ that together make an exciting hub for activity where entrepreneurs, business leaders, academics, students and corporates can collaborate, inspire and be inspired, enable and be enabled. It showcases the strengths and innovations of the Bristol and Bath city region in an informative and inspiring way.

Engine Shed is a collaboration between Bristol City Council, the University of Bristol and the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership at the heart of Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone. Its mission is to stimulate long term economic growth by supporting business, inspiring young people to get involved and to showcase to the public and potential inward investors the exciting opportunities that exist here.

SETsquared

SETsquared is a long-standing partnership between the universities of Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Southampton and Surrey which specialises in growing high-tech start-ups through its incubation programme and other business acceleration services. SETsquared provides mentoring, access to investors and corporate innovators and a wide range of industry experts through its network and training programmes. 

Independent research carried out by Warwick Economics estimates the economic impact of SETsquared member companies to be £3.8bn over this period, with the creation of 9,000 jobs and that these companies will go on to deliver a further £8.6bn of impact to the UK economy in the decade ahead.

Defence IQ: UK Government ‘Excluding Conservative Groups’ From Counter Extremism Work

LONDON, March 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ —

Defence IQ recently interviewed Hanif Qadir, co-founder of Active Change Foundation, he condemned the governments Prevent campaign and its attitude towards religion-centred P/CVE groups.

Hanif Qadir, who has been engaged with the Home Office and Counter-extremist campaigns for over a decade, has decried an apparent reversal in strategy from the UK and other nations when it comes to funding and collaboration with these types of organisations. Read the full interview here > http://bit.ly/2oyFdEu

In this interview Qadir goes into the role the private sector has to play in any CVE effort, but are increasingly finding it hard to access neither funding or support, he believes this is due to the mistaken notion that conservative groups are aligned with extremism.

In terms of the UK’s current Prevent Strategy, Qadir does not agree that this strategy is on point he mentions how we are moving away from where we were in 2011-2012, a time when we he thinks the UK was „almost hitting the nail on its head”.The whole game has changed yet again, especially sine January 2017. Any CVE effort must adapt rapidly, but firstly we need to understand what is changing and why something that requires real time and effective engagement with communities right across the board .”

He goes on to outline that the government must change their approach and reason with the fact that no community should be left out of the CVE engagement space and in terms of how to asses the groups , it is a matter of looking at the history and community reach capabilities of every organisation.

Qadir will be speaking at this year’s CVE forum in London on 20-22 June, the annual symposium brings together communication professionals and government agencies from around the world to discuss the successes, challenges and failures, and novel methods for communication against the lure of extremism. Download the programme for this event here > http://bit.ly/2mhdBW7

Media enquiries: Olivia Timmins, enquire@iqpc.co.uk, Tel: +44(0)207-036-1300

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Defence IQ: UK Government ‘Excluding Conservative Groups’ From Counter Extremism Work

LONDON, March 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ —

Defence IQ recently interviewed Hanif Qadir, co-founder of Active Change Foundation, he condemned the governments Prevent campaign and its attitude towards religion-centred P/CVE groups.

Hanif Qadir, who has been engaged with the Home Office and Counter-extremist campaigns for over a decade, has decried an apparent reversal in strategy from the UK and other nations when it comes to funding and collaboration with these types of organisations. Read the full interview here > http://bit.ly/2oyFdEu

In this interview Qadir goes into the role the private sector has to play in any CVE effort, but are increasingly finding it hard to access neither funding or support, he believes this is due to the mistaken notion that conservative groups are aligned with extremism.

In terms of the UK’s current Prevent Strategy, Qadir does not agree that this strategy is on point he mentions how we are moving away from where we were in 2011-2012, a time when we he thinks the UK was „almost hitting the nail on its head”.The whole game has changed yet again, especially sine January 2017. Any CVE effort must adapt rapidly, but firstly we need to understand what is changing and why something that requires real time and effective engagement with communities right across the board .”

He goes on to outline that the government must change their approach and reason with the fact that no community should be left out of the CVE engagement space and in terms of how to asses the groups , it is a matter of looking at the history and community reach capabilities of every organisation.

Qadir will be speaking at this year’s CVE forum in London on 20-22 June, the annual symposium brings together communication professionals and government agencies from around the world to discuss the successes, challenges and failures, and novel methods for communication against the lure of extremism. Download the programme for this event here > http://bit.ly/2mhdBW7

Media enquiries: Olivia Timmins, enquire@iqpc.co.uk, Tel: +44(0)207-036-1300

SOURCE Defence IQ

Defence IQ: UK Government ‘Excluding Conservative Groups’ From Counter Extremism Work

LONDON, March 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ —

Defence IQ recently interviewed Hanif Qadir, co-founder of Active Change Foundation, he condemned the governments Prevent campaign and its attitude towards religion-centred P/CVE groups.

Hanif Qadir, who has been engaged with the Home Office and Counter-extremist campaigns for over a decade, has decried an apparent reversal in strategy from the UK and other nations when it comes to funding and collaboration with these types of organisations. Read the full interview here > http://bit.ly/2oyFdEu

In this interview Qadir goes into the role the private sector has to play in any CVE effort, but are increasingly finding it hard to access neither funding or support, he believes this is due to the mistaken notion that conservative groups are aligned with extremism.

In terms of the UK’s current Prevent Strategy, Qadir does not agree that this strategy is on point he mentions how we are moving away from where we were in 2011-2012, a time when we he thinks the UK was “almost hitting the nail on its head”.The whole game has changed yet again, especially sine January 2017. Any CVE effort must adapt rapidly, but firstly we need to understand what is changing and why something that requires real time and effective engagement with communities right across the board .”

He goes on to outline that the government must change their approach and reason with the fact that no community should be left out of the CVE engagement space and in terms of how to asses the groups , it is a matter of looking at the history and community reach capabilities of every organisation.

Qadir will be speaking at this year’s CVE forum in London on 20-22 June, the annual symposium brings together communication professionals and government agencies from around the world to discuss the successes, challenges and failures, and novel methods for communication against the lure of extremism. Download the programme for this event here > http://bit.ly/2mhdBW7

Media enquiries: Olivia Timmins, enquire@iqpc.co.uk, Tel: +44(0)207-036-1300