Esports: Gfinity discuss their transitional Full Year Results and Chris Bailey on Shell, BT & Lloyds

Justin Waite
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13:22, 29th October 2020

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On today's Vox Markets Podcast: Esports: Gfinity discusses their transitional Full Year Results and Chris Bailey on Shell, BT & Lloyds

John Clarke, CEO of Gfinity #GFIN FOLLOW discusses their transitional full year results in which he says they've significantly strengthened their market position to create an exciting platform for future growth.

Gfinity (AIM: GFIN) is a world leading esports business. Created by gamers for the world's 2.2 billion gamers, Gfinity has a unique understanding of this fast-growing global community. It uses this expertise both to provide advisory services and to design, develop and deliver unparalleled experiences and winning strategies for game publishers, sports rights holders, commercial partners and media companies.

Chris Bailey founder of Financial Orbit covers news from the following companies:

Royal Dutch Shell #RDSB FOLLOW


Lloyds Banking Group #LLOY FOLLOW

(Interview starts at 15 minutes 6 seconds)

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