Press Release: Last Gameboard Selected as Top 100 Rising Startup to Compete for 7th Annual Startup of the Year Award at SOTY Summit ’19

Press Release: Last Gameboard Selected as Top 100 Rising Startup to Compete for 7th Annual Startup of the Year Award at SOTY Summit ’19

PRESS RELEASE

Last Gameboard announced that it has been invited to participate in the 7th Annual Startup of the Year Global Competition & Summit from October 14 -16. Taking place in Downtown Memphis and powered by Established and Start Co., the seventh annual installment of the event will see 100 startups from around the globe to showcase their game-changing products and services to seasoned investors, corporate accelerators and innovators, and industry leaders as they compete for a coveted spot in the Top 5 and up to $100K in investments.

Last Gameboard will join the ranks of great companies that have passed through their events over the past decade such as GrubHub, ShearShare, Maxwell Health, Groupon and Uber.“We’re so excited – and here’s a quote about why we’re so very excited” said Founder Rob Wyatt and  Co-Founder Shail Mehta.

Last Gameboard will compete in a private pitch round, showcase their innovation at the SOTY Showcase on 10/15 at AutoZone Park, and if selected as one of the Top 5 Finalists, present on 10/16 at the iconic Peabody Hotel Memphis Rooftop/Skydeck on stage to esteemed judges such as, the Summit audience, and the Memphis community.​

Early Reservations for the console start 10/10/2019. Stay up to date on developments as they happen at www.lastgameboard.com.

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The  Smarky Six #003: Week of July 16th

The Smarky Six #003: Week of July 16th

Orton overwhelms his wounded rival.
© 2018 WWE

So “Extreme Rules” was… not half bad! Letting Dolph and Seth close the show continued the elevate the only mens title on RAW. AJ’s match with Rusev made both competitors look strong (but put a pin in that). And hey, the B Team getting the tag straps? They deserved it (clap clap clapclapclap).

Of course the week in episodic wrestling did much to spin the wheels out of Sunday and turn our focus directly to “the biggest party of the summer!”. Let’s unspool this ball of yarn and pull out six hard takes to carry us into the next week, shall we?

  1. Brock Lesnar loves the WWE like I love a good colonoscopy.

Oh, Paul E. Dangerously… I can’t quit you! But lord I can quit your client. I do not buy the poop you’re shoveling, Mister Heyman. Brock Lesnar doesn’t love the WWE. The Beast Incarnate is only about 4 things: Eat. Sleep. Extort promotions for an insane amount of money to see him compete, because, yes we all acknowledge he has both a look and prowess in combat sports that is mesmerizing to see, however ultimately he is at this point only delivering a repeat of the same tried-and-true by-the-numbers performance time and again, and his time with the WWE Universal Title has ultimately grown stale because of his inability to care long enough to sell us the match. Repeat. Continue reading “The Smarky Six #003: Week of July 16th”

SDCC 2018 Trailer Central -Updated

SDCC 2018 Trailer Central -Updated

Hey Folks!!

We are hoping those of you who are at Comic-Con International: San Diego are having a great time. Say “Hi!” to our publisher if you see her in the aisles.

We are going to collect the trailers that are debuted at the Con here. There will certainly be some interesting entertainment coming down the pike for everyone out there in multiple areas of fandom.

Keep checking this post throughout the weekend. We will update as we get access to more trailer content:

The updates are down the list

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