Launceston start-up company Game Tester goes global

TECH: DisruptiveCo's Katy Cooper, Startmesh' Richard Webb Sydney, City of Launceston alderman Janie Finlay  and Game Tester's David Dobson. Picture: Supplied
TECH: DisruptiveCo's Katy Cooper, Startmesh' Richard Webb Sydney, City of Launceston alderman Janie Finlay and Game Tester's David Dobson. Picture: Supplied

Launceston is the latest city to join Starmesh’s global network. 

The self-styled venture catalysts entered into a collaboration with Launceston start-up Game Tester on Wednesday at an official Enterprize event.

Startmesh will provide resources, contacts and expertise to help introduce Game Tester to the global marketplace. 

In return, Startmesh will gain a share of the company’s equity on a performance-based scale.

“We have created a network talented people all over the globe to help start-ups open in markets around the world,” Startmesh chief executive Richard Webb said.

“We have 130 people working for us in 29 cities and a team of entrepreneurs who have been there and done that.”

Launceston will be the 30th city linked to Startmesh with its new collaboration with Game Tester.

The collaboration with Gamemesh is perfect synergy

Game Tester chief executive David Dobson

The start-up provides a platform for game developers to test their products on a large scale.

“The collaboration with Startmesh is perfect synergy,” Game Tester chief executive David Dobson said. 

“Our company has to be global and if we did it on our own we would not get to that stage fast enough.”