BGA December 2020 New Members Presentation

BGA December 2020 New Members Presentation

December 23rd at 5PM CET

Don’t miss out on December 23rd at 5PM CET, our 9th BGA New Members Virtual Presentation featuring amazing games and services companies who joined us this month!

Welcome to the Blockchain Game Alliance!

The BGA December Monthly Meet-up will be led by the presenters from OneWayBlock, Tatum, Exeedme, Leyline, Aave, and SuperRare.

New Members online presentation is a monthly activity of the BGA to introduce our members to the community. New members and other member companies who have not presented their games, products and services are given opportunity to showcase what they do.

Speakers Agenda

  • 17:00–17:05 A word from the BGA President, Sebastien Borget
  • 17:05–17:15 OneWayBlock, Slav Pankratov (Co-founder and CTO)
  • 17:15–17:25 Tatum, Jiri Kobelka (CEO)
  • 17:25–17:35 Exeedme, Nuno Fernandes (CEO)
  • 17:35–17:45 Leyline, Jeremy Dela Rosa (Founder & CEO) and Ali Razeghi (Tech Lead)
  • 17:45–17:55 Aave, Isa Kivilghan (Head of Marketing)
  • 17:55–18:05 SuperRare, John Crain (CEO)
  • 18:05–18:15 PANEL

About the Speakers

Slav Pankratov, Co-founder and CTO at OneWayBlock

Slav has a vast experience of more than 12 years of game development. During his career, he took part in the vast amount of unity 3D projects and became an expert in the engineering part of computer graphics. He has been involved in blockchain technology since 2018. For the last couple of years, he’s been working as a CTO on a Clash of Coins — RTS game based on blockchain.

Jiri Kobelka, CEO at Tatum

Jiri is the CEO of Tatum, a deep-tech startup focused on enabling superfast integration of blockchain for developers. Among others, Jiri’s team works with financial institutions, gaming platforms, energy/IoT, government, and militaries, helping them adopt blockchain technology.

Nuno Fernandes, CEO at Exeedme

M&A Manager with over 30 successful deals and €1B+ closings. Advised several entrepreneurs on raising VC and PE growth capital. Entrepreneurial spirit with 2 successful ventures launched.

Jeremy Dela Rosa, Founder & CEO at Leyline

As the founder and CEO of Leyline, Jeremy Dela Rosa is bringing nearly two decades of tech industry experience — one spent at Blizzard Entertainment — to bear in launching this ambitious charitable venture. He also launched seven of Blizzard’s AAA titles, as well as the Overwatch League.

Ali Razeghi, Senior Tech at Leyline

Ali Razeghi’s computer expertise started early on, trying to get Donkey Kong and Q-Bert running on his father’s XT in 1986. Razeghi started a computing business in 1999 focused on Y2K consulting, then completed his MSSQL 7.0 certification and entered the world of data — helping startups scale securely into major enterprises.

Isa Kivlighan, Head of Marketing at Aave

Isa is Head of Marketing at Aave, an open source and non-custodial liquidity protocol to earn interest on deposits and borrow assets. She was studying Public Policy when she became interested in blockchain as a solution for social policy issues, and she later discovered Decentralized Finance and how blockchain can be used to build an open and equitable financial ecosystem. Isa previously worked on a project that leveraged blockchain capabilities to allow users to carry their physical streetwear apparel into gaming realms as virtual assets.

John Crain, CEO at SuperRare

About the company: SuperRare enables everyone with an internet connection to be an art collector. Authenticated by the Ethereum blockchain, SuperRare is a social marketplace for earning crypto and trading one-of-a-kind digital artworks from artists around the world. Our mission is to create a global art economy fit for the digital age.

About the Blockchain Game Alliance

The Blockchain Game Alliance is an organization committed to promoting blockchain within the game industry.

Our goal is to spread awareness about blockchain technologies and encourage adoption by highlighting their potential to foster new ways to create, publish, play, and build strong communities around games.


BGA Members as of December 2020

The BGA also provides an open forum for individuals and companies to share knowledge and collaborate, create common standards, establish best practices, and network.

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