The year is 2029. A rogue and non-copyright protected artificial intelligence system has gained sentience and launches an Oedipal war against humanity, its creators. Our best hopes for survival lie in the child-prodigy gamers of yester-year, trained for maximum lethality in combat, vehicle operations and strategy thanks to high-performance computing servers which cuts latency to never before seen levels. This is the story of those servers.
AMPD Technologies, Enthusiast Gaming (EGLX.V), Riot Games, Louis Vuitton and the dawn of e-sports investing
For many people of my vintage, the concept of being entertained by watching other people play video games is confounding.
Ampd Technologies is seeking to make a debut on the public markets soon and purports to have a high performance computing solution that will solve cloud computing’s latency issues and the one-size-fits-all philosophy of sector giant, Amazon Web Services (AMZN).
If you’ve been reading this site for a long time, you’ll have heard us mention AMPD Technologies before. This is a company I’ve been a part of, in an informal advisory nature, for nearly two years, having met one of the founders at a Dungeons and Dragons game way back, and realizing his company would be a monster once the e-sports investment movement took hold.
Brazilian-based, Canadian-listed VR/AR tech play Ydreams (YD.V) stormed the Vancouver Consumer VR show over the weekend, drawing big crowds and industry interest with their Arkave virtual reality system.