The hive creates a buzz

“TheHive helped us a lot. We met a lot of people from the industry,” said Daune. “Our vision, long term, is to become an academy for gaming, a place of knowledge for all the industry.”

April 4, 2018 17:49
Powners co-founder Max Daune (second from left) in TheHive (with staff members)

Powners co-founder Max Daune (second from left) in TheHive (with staff members). (photo credit: DEBBIE ZIMELMAN)


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