D3esports Announces New Alignments
24 Jun, 2019
D3esports, a division of StemGen, Inc. (OTC: SGNI), has aligned its focus on selected sports teams and athletes around the world to link its virtual to real platform.
As D3esports develops ways to connect gamers worldwide with professional sports teams and athletes, particularly in motorsports, to enhance their own virtual driving experience, these associations will be to manage the data share chat forum between athletes / teams and gamers. They will target driving points and tips to help connect the understanding of virtual to real driving. Additionally, this will also help bridge the gap between schools and their curriculum with STEM.org and SIM platforms that promote safe driving and incentives.
"Aligning with actual race car drivers and other athletes provides an even great authenticity to our virtual to real platform," said Simon Dawson, CEO/President of D3esports. "We've been in discussion with a number of sporting entities and athletes for quite a while, and now we are nearly ready to put these connections into action. This is a step we've been quite eager to advance and announce. We feel there will be a lot of excitement as this pushes forward and we can't wait until a number of these alliances are ready to announce. Stand by because it's going to be exciting!"
D3esports was founded in May 2018 and launched in July 2018 at Dave and Buster's Houston flagship location. Through their D3 division, the company has extensive experience in real motorsports for over 40 years.
ABOUT STEMGEN, INC. StemGen, Inc. (https://stemgencorp.com/), a Delaware corporation based in Angleton, Texas, is a virtual to real gaming platform in the motorsports industry.
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