G Entertainment Portfolio
In 2016 we laid the foundations to build a very strong and resilient Group in the sports and entertainment industry. We invested in technology focusing primarily on the football and horse racing sectors. We have also invested in London and Broadway’s world renowned theatre industry. The investments and connections allow us to expand revenue streams in 2017 by opening up to exclusive sports and entertainment opportunities to consumers across Asia and Europe.
SportsSideKick - A Revolutionary App For Sports Fans
Over the past 20 years, football has grown to become undoubtedly the richest sport in the world, generating billions of dollars from sponsorship agreements, television deals, as well as ticket and merchandise sales. G Entertainment has entered into this market by investing in SportsSideKick, a social media App connecting the world’s top football and clubs to their fanbase.Visit Website
Single Yard Holdings
The G Entertainment Group is a seed investor of Single Yard Holdings a state-of-the-art exchange and advance deposit wagering platform. Their objective is to enter Asia-Pacific markets by offering a licenced, lawful, low-cost, multilingual betting exchange, tailored to high-volume players, as well as other licensed operators and syndicates.
Internet betting exchanges were first introduced in the year 2000 and its popularity grew fast due to the flexibility it offers to players; bets can be laid as well as backed and can be opened or closed during a race or game. It is common knowledge that betting exchanges have changed the online sports betting landscape over the last 16 years.
42nd Street - Broadway's biggest show on the West End's biggest stage
The G Entertainment Group is a co-investor in the West End dramatico-musical work “42nd Street” by Michael Stewart, Mark Bramble, Harry Warren and Al Dubin. The live stage production will be presented in 2017, for a limited run at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London.
In 2015, London’s West End took a record breaking £633,778,537 at the box office. Musical performances rose moderately and attendance grew. Further, advanced bookings achieved the highest levels since records have began due to a rush of shows announced for 2016 including Broadway imports and the two part Harry Potter production.Visit Website