How Mark van Diggelen Pivoted To Create A Global Gaming Platform "The day you stop getting enquiries about your product, you're know you're on the wrong track," says Mark van Diggelen, CEO of GameZBoost.

By Daniel Newman

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Mark van Diggelen is the CEO of GameZBoost, they created a white label mobile gaming platform that is currently deployed in 45 countries around the world. In addition, Mark's mobile gaming tournaments have taken the industry by storm.

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