Game Loot Network hosts an online platform with user curated games and gaming resources. Strapped with blockchain tech, the native LOOT token allows indie developers to crowdfund projects while gamers receive real-life rewards for their time and talent. The revolutionary platform will champion designers and players by creating a benefits based ecosystem.
Game Loot Network’s open-ledger tracks user engagement and rewards specific actions on the platform. From gameplay to development, no digital triumph will go unnoticed: Dominate online tournaments, invite a friend, monetize a game within the ecosystem, and earn real-life rewards with cryptocurrency.
A platform feature called The Game Forge will enable developers and players to decentralize game publication. Indie designers submit their in-development projects to a catalog listed within The Game Forge. Users select from a list of these projects and submit cryptocurrency to crowdfund promising titles. In exchange for their Loot and feedback the users receive a stake in the upcoming title.
When those games are later produced and monetized within the platform, the game generates recurring revenue for the developers and the crowdfunders. Independent artists reduce marketing costs while players earn income from titles they helped shape. Imagine owning a percentage of the industry’s next global hit.White paper
Glory awaits the skilled players of Game Loot Network. The network’s most popular games will offer competitive tournaments for real-world prizes. Tourney champions might receive Loot prize pools or in-demand electronics and gaming gear. The high-stakes, brow sweating gameplay typically reserved for professional players will be accessible to all.
The Loot token acts as a gateway to every reward resource on the platform. With Loot, users can enter head-to-head tournaments, generate recurring revenue through crowdfunded games, purchase in-game boosts, bid on online auctions, earn extra income, and eventually download games built exclusively for the platform. Loot will thrive, nourished by extensive in-app utility.
Mobile gaming continues to rank among the fastest growing economies of our lifetime. With over $100 billion in sales in 2017 alone (reference link: NewZoo) we are building the most rewarding mobile gaming platform on Blockchain.Join now
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Loot’s not a buy-and-hope token. It’s the functional resource of a grand vision. Game Loot Network’s platform represents more than a roadmap. Boasting a user-proven product, it surpasses words on paper. Extensive beta testing yielded more than 5 million dollars in revenue over just 7 months. After its upcoming public release, the Game Loot Network platform will be rebranded to Loot Land. Click here to learn more.
We’ve spent the last few years building the mobile gaming platform of the future. We’ve devoted countless hours alpha and beta testing the systems, we’ve formed boss level strategic partnerships, and we’ve already proven the concept works.
With over $7 million invested in development to date, we’ve generated over $5 million in revenue in only 7 months. And now we move to Blockchain for more security, more transparency and an even better gaming experience.
Not just an idea, when the new platform launches in July 2018, we will already be fully operational with continual upgrades to follow.
Gaming and blockchain technology continues to rank among the fastest growing economies of our lifetime. We are poised to disrupt both of these economies within the next 24 months.
Adam is a force multiplier with a broad spectrum of experience. He is the co-founder of Sutton Stone, co-founder of Volt Markets (Boost VC alumnus), founder of the Houston Bitcoin Meetup, co-founder of the Houston Ethereum Meetup, and president of Texas Coinitiative (501(c)(3)). He previously co-founded Metal Networks, Inc. (Surge Accelerator alumnus) (3-time winner at Rice University software start-up competitions). His professional diversity spans roles as CTO, software project manager, start-up adviser/mentor, branding manager, web developer, user experience and user interface designer, graphic designer, photographer and cinematographer.
Adam enjoys studying decentralized computing applications, cryptography, IT security, integral theory, and organization development. He’s passionate about seizing opportunities that push the boundaries of technology and innovation.
James is an Australian attorney, engineer and a financial architect but, above all, he thinks like an entrepreneur.
James holds degrees in Aeronautical Engineering & Law, graduate diplomas & certificates in applied finance & investments, digital currency applications, and carbon credit auditing & trading. He is a counsel at Rothmores Lawyers, acts as an agent for Phoenix Beverages Limited in the USA, serves on the board of 21 Capital and the Texas Coinitiative, and also guides various companies as a senior executive. He is also the Honorary Representative in the USA, Board of Investment – Republic of Mauritius.
James is passionate about what he does and has worked in various fields, from bitcoin and decentralized consensus systems, technology, mineral mining, waste management, property, logistics, marketing, loyalty & engagement products to capital investments.
Camden is an early bitcoin enthusiast and entrepreneur with experience in hospitality, industry, financial markets, real estate and many other business ventures.
Camden specializes in economic advisory, financial modeling and business model modification for Sutton Stone’s clients.
The praxeological method, an essential element to understanding trends and mechanisms at play in the cryptocurrency markets, is what Camden applies by meticulous and deductive reasoning to attain a sound, practical way of doing business in this rapidly evolving economic construct.
Camden believes those companies that better adopt the trend of decentralization will be at the forefront of their respective industries.
Paul co-founded bitHeads in 1995 and has overall management responsibility for bitHeads gaming and entertainment products. Paul is also the CDO and co-founder of brainCloud, a backend-as-a-service platform for games, gamified apps and IoT applications. Paul holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Degree (Honours) from the University of New Brunswick.
Paul has been leading application and gaming projects for over 20 years in the roles of senior architect, senior producer and project manager and is particularly interested in the space where technology and user experience meet–from building innovative new gaming experiences to creating elegant apps with robust cloud support.
He has been a key architect using agile development methodology and has successfully managed teams of over 100 people on large-scale development projects providing strategic guidance to companies such as EA, 3Com, Cryptologic, Nortel Networks, Canada Post, GE and IBM.
Rick co-founded bitHeads in 1995 and serves as its Vice President and CTO. Rick is a Senior Architect at bitHeads and has served as CTO of Natural Convergence, a bitHead’s spinout. He has been involved in the field of Information Technology for 20 years with experience in software development, documentation and training. He served as a Software Architect on Bell-Northern Research's Generic Services Framework project, the largest object-oriented project in the world at the time. He has worked with companies such as 3Com, Fulcrum, Nortel, ObjectTime, Bell Sygma, Rational and Telus. Rick holds an Honours Bachelor of Computer Science from the University of Windsor.
Rick has deep domain expertise in the architecture and development of large-scale server, middleware and cloud platforms for game, mobile and enterprise applications. Rick presently oversees special projects at bitHeads and is currently overseeing bitHeads’ IoT practice.
Scott co-founded bitHeads, inc. in 1995 and serves as its President and CEO. He has been involved in the field of Information Technology for over 25 years and has a wealth of experience in software development, computer security and telecommunications.
Since co-founding bitHeads, Scott has guided the company to become one of the most successful custom app and enterprise development companies in North America. Under his leadership, the company has developed a unique mix of capabilities spanning mobile, gaming, and IoT software.
Scott also co-founded bitHeads’ spinoff companies, playBrains and brainCloud. playBrains has released more than a dozen for-hire and own-IP games for iOS, Android, Steam/PC and Microsoft and Sony consoles. brainCloud is a backend-as-a-service for apps, games and things and has over 2,000 developers creating applications on the platform used by hundreds of thousands of users daily.
Scott has served on several public and private boards, and actively donates time to startups and Ottawa’s tech and gaming communities.
I am a serial entrepreneur and Digital Marketing specialist with a degree in Economics. Over the last decade I have delivered strategic business and marketing solutions in a variety of areas, including politics, financial services and technology. I’ve had the chance to work with companies large and small, including the likes of HSBC, Barclays, JP Morgan and Thomson Reuters.
The last 12 months I’ve focused intensively on Blockchain technology and in particular providing marketing solutions for ICO’s.
I’m currently the CMO of Game Loot Network and excited to help an amazing team continue their fast growth in disrupting the Gaming industry and with their imminent launch of a record-breaking ICO in March 2018.
As an individual and as an entrepreneur, I look to get involved with people who share my passion for marketing and technology. I am interested in products and services that look to positively impact people, or promote curiosity, education, inclusion, and other aspects of social and civil progress.
Pat Baggette earned a Bachelor of Science in accounting from Auburn University. He went on to earn his J.D. from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, School of Law. Pat was an early addition to the VinSolutions, LLC executive team and served as Chief Financial Officer and General Counsel.
He was also named as a member of the governing board and led the efforts of the administrative team during the run up to acquisition by AutoTrader.com. In addition to his guidance at VinSolutions, LLC, Pat has been a member of three companies which have been recognized, several in succession, on the INC 500/5000 listing of Fastest Growing Companies.
Pat is responsible for all corporate accounting and tax functions. In addition to managing the financial aspects of Loot Land, he handles all legal and contract issues pertaining to company operations.
Pat began his career in public accounting nearly 35 years ago, moving into the legal profession 10 years later. He has managed his own law firm and for the past two and one-half decades. Pat has gained immense experience working as CFO and General Counsel in the fields of eCommerce, manufacturing and retail.
Lance Baker is the founder, architect and President of Loot Land. His expertise in “all things” technology dates back to the early days of the internet where he launched one of the first internet-based tax services.
His experiences as a serial entrepreneur have taken him to Europe, the Middle East and around the world. During this time, he assembled an incredible team of talented developers and designers to serve as the backbone of the Loot Land vision.
An early observer of the mobile game frenzy, Lance penned his first book, Game Loot: Grab Your Piece of the Mobile Gaming Revolution, which taught fellow entrepreneurs to capitalize on the lucrative space. His vision to innovate the multi-billion-dollar gaming industry orients the Loot Land team and promises future success.
Doug Kinney earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration with an emphasis in accounting from Central Missouri State University.
Most recently, Doug served as the Presiding Manager & CEO of VinSolutions, LLC. Through his determined leadership and market vision, he guided the company to prodigious growth which culminated in a monumental acquisition by AutoTrader.com of Atlanta, Georgia. He was responsible for managing the company’s business affairs, as well as directing its financial interests. Currently, Doug owns several luxury automobile dealerships in the Greater Kansas City Metropolitan Area and is the Owner/Founder of a successful investment firm. Doug boasts an intimate knowledge of financial operations and brings that wisdom to Loot Land.