$GMER Good Gaming, Inc. and CMG Holdings Group, Inc. (OTC PINK: GMER and OTC PINK: CMGO): Good Gaming, Inc., owner and operator of the world's most scalable eSports tournament platform and social network for gamers, has appointed T David Petite to its Advisory Board. Mr. Petite is a Native American independent inventor with over 70 patents to his name that he has licensed to over 70 companies. He was one of the early pioneers that invented ways to wirelessly extend the Internet using ad hoc mesh technology, which is the basis for Wi-Fi and ZigBee, and he is applying that technology today to the Internet of Things (IoT). Petite supports several think tank groups and incubation programs and founded the Native American Intellectual Property Enterprise Council ("NAIPEC", which has offices in Washington D.C. at the USPTO in Alexandria, VA. He has been interviewed by major TV networks, radio stations, talk shows, and universities and sold a minority stake in his latest venture - SIPCO - to General Electric.
Mr. Petite said, "I believe Good Gaming has created the foundation for a very successful business in the gaming world. Through my expertise and network of contacts in the technology world, I intend to help GG take its technology platform to the next level to scale its operations globally and support a substantial number of customers. Further, I believe the GG eSports platform is a hand in glove fit for Native American Tribes, and through my contacts at the Native American Congress, we have already had discussions with some of the wealthiest tribes in the country."
Vik Grover, CEO, said, "We could not be more thrilled to have someone of David's caliber agreeing to help GG expand and improve its business. With his knowledge base and rolodex, GG enhances its trajectory and gains credibility with the business world, the global technology complex, and Native American Tribes, where I believe a B2B model has substantial opportunity for revenues, investment, and/or sponsorships. While there are no assurances of success, we are currently drafting proposals for Native American Tribes and are optimistic."