Now Be a Boss Through Gaming

Businesses increasingly see the value of serious gaming, as proven by a new competition being held in the U.S.

BTS USA, a developer of customized business-simulation software, is launching BTS Tournaments. The technology was developed by Finland-based Business Game Factory, which BTS bought in 2003.

Companies can pit teams of three to five in these tournaments, as they simulate running multi-national companies over four years. The games provide a cost-effective way for managers to apply business skills.

“Our new tournament portfolio is built based on excitement and engaging learning with a variety of customization options. We believe the competitive nature of our concept will be received with great enthusiasm,” says Taavi Thiel, BTS senior vice president.

Serious gaming technology especially serves “Millenial” employees — those born from 1977 to 2000 — despite costs for custom games of between $300,000 and $1 million.

For more information, visit the Website www.bts-usa.com.

Businesses increasingly see the value of serious gaming, as proven by a new competition being held in the U.S.

BTS USA, a developer of customized business-simulation software, is launching BTS Tournaments. The technology was developed by Finland-based Business Game Factory, which BTS bought in 2003.

Companies can pit teams of three to five in these tournaments, as they simulate running multi-national companies over four years. The games provide a cost-effective way for managers to apply business skills.

“Our new tournament portfolio is built based on excitement and engaging learning with a variety of customization options. We believe the competitive nature of our concept will be received with great enthusiasm,” says Taavi Thiel, BTS senior vice president.

Serious gaming technology especially serves “Millenial” employees — those born from 1977 to 2000 — despite costs for custom games of between $300,000 and $1 million.

For more information, visit the Website www.bts-usa.com.

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