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Xtremepush secures ‘OpenMarket’ supplier accreditation August 26, 2020 StumbleUpon Related Articles Jordan Levin – SG DigitalSG Digital has unveiled its new ‘OpenGaming’ end-to-end digital ecosystem, seeking to deliver industry incumbents with the most flexible, content-rich and robust gaming engine.Adding OpenGaming to its operator systems portfolio, SG Digital details that it has developed the industry’s most sophisticated content aggregation technology, which will provide clients with a new wave of immersive gaming experiences supplied through one seamless integration.OpenGaming’s content inventory will give clients access to +2,500 games, supplied by SG Digital’s global network of in-house and third-party studios.In addition, SG Digital’s new system will support partners with engagement-rich features running across OpenGaming’s network including jackpots, free-rounds, tournaments and peer-to-peer gamingJordan Levin, Group Chief Executive of SG Digital, said: “Our vision is to change the way people think about player experiences through interaction-rich platform features seamlessly stitched into ground-breaking games. OpenGaming takes our passion for great games and builds in layers of multi-studio features to drive a new revolution for our industry. It kicks opDylan Slaney – SG DigitalDylan Slaney, SG Digital’s SVP Gaming commented: “When we talk to players, they tell us we’re competing for their time alongside other aggregation platforms in the media, mobile, and console gaming worlds.“With the launch of OpenGaming, which now includes our award-winning OGS content aggregation platform, our OpenPlatform (OPS) player account management system, and our unparalleled library of world-class multi-studio content, our teams and partners have risen to the industry’s challenge and created a breakthrough entertainment ecosystem.” Submit Share Perelman fund reviews majority shareholding in Scientific Games July 16, 2020 Share FSB selects Glenn Elliott as new COO August 12, 2020
View this post on Instagram “All I care about is who’s here,” Popovich said at the first day of training camp last week. “I’ve got a fine group of guys and we’re going to get the best possible team we can. … This is the most satisfying form of putting a bunch of guys together and them have empathy and love for each other to form the kind of team they’re going to have to beat some really good European teams.”Lowry is the latest in a long list of players — including Bradley Beal, James Harden, Anthony Davis, CJ McCollum, Eric Gordon, Tobias Harris, Andre Drummond, Montrezl Harrell and Bagley — who pulled their name out of consideration for the world cup. Lowry had surgery on his right thumb in July. He made the trip to training camp despite having a fear the injury wouldn’t allow him to play, a report from ESPN noted.He was a member of the 2016 gold-medal team and still hopes to represent the U.S. on the 2020 Olympic team, ESPN added. Related News Kyle Lowry will not be competing in the 2019 FIBA World Cup.The Raptors guard announced he was withdrawing from Team USA on Monday, citing health reasons. USA Basketball names 17 finalists for FIBA World Cup team Carmelo Anthony rejected by USA Basketball in bid to join team for FIBA World Cup “This is a status update message regarding the 2019 Fiba World Cup,” he wrote, in part, in a note posted on Instagram. “I was hoping be cleared and ready for the tournament but I was not cleared for full basketball activities. …”At the end of the day I believe the men that are playing will be great and will win the gold for our country.” FIBA World Cup: Marvin Bagley III latest player to withdraw from Team USA, report says Go USAB!! 🇺🇸🇺🇸A post shared by Kyle Lowry (@kyle_lowry7) on Aug 12, 2019 at 2:23pm PDTLowry was one of the 17 finalists to make the roster for the tournament, which will run from Aug. 31 to Sept. 15.The news of his departure comes just a day after Marvin Bagley III also withdrew.There are now 15 players for the 12 open roster spots.Coach Gregg Popovich has had to deal with the dwindling numbers.