Two veteran employees at Innovative Technology Limited’s (ITL) China office are commemorating important company anniversaries this month.
Business Development Manager Sean Wang, based in Shenzhen, is marking two decades with ITL and is noted for his integral role in the firm’s international sales team. On his significant milestone with the company, Wang said, he has had the privilege to see the company’s progression into a well-established, global tech business and a major cash system provider for China and Taiwan markets.
Wang said he cherishes his time with ITL, having spent time in several roles and introducing ITL products into Asian countries and eyes more accomplishments with the NV4000 multi-bill recycler and the SMART Coin System (SCS) promising to secure a high-level market position in East Asia going forward.
The celebrations also extend to ITL Support Engineer Tony Wang, who has consistently worked for ITL’s China branch for over a decade. Tony appended his work at ITL as ‘rewarding’, watching the company thrive from the beginning. Over time, he has focused on developing new projects and providing premium technical support for the ever-expanding product catalog.
Tech-savvy individuals and esports enthusiasts around the globe can anticipate a fresh update from Indian gaming company SuperGaming’s Battle Stars on Android and iOS. The update includes Cricket World Cup inspired skins for Techno, Zak, Lord Musk, and Razor. Additionally, a new Rumble mode aims to deepen strategy and gameplay experience.
In other esports news, Mercedes-Benz AG, the official automotive partner of the acclaimed game “League of Legends,” will support the 2023 League of Legends World Championship taking place in Seoul and Busan. The Championship, attracting the Esports elites to compete for the iconic Summoner’s Cup, will be backed by Mercedes-Benz for the fourth consecutive year.
Meanwhile, Sportradar has been selected as the official tech solution provider by the Taiwan Sports Lottery, entrusting it to revolutionize sports betting experience in Taiwan over a 10-year period. The firm’s solution, ORAKO, will be implemented across 2600+ retail outlets in Taiwan as well as across web and mobile channels. Sportradar’s technology consists of an all-in-one sportsbook and player account management solution.