Fragsheet is a company at GT30 who put their own stamp both on our facility, with their unique studio, but also on the gaming market where they build a platform to create a safe experience for everyone.
Tell us about Fragsheet and what it is you’re working with?
We’re developing a gaming platform where our users can do everything form showcasing their “gaming persona” to finding new friends to play with or tournaments to participate in. A major focus for us is also to reduce bullying and toxicity in online games.
What made you start the business?
We are originally gamers ourselves and felt that we lacked the opportunity to find other players and tournaments in a quick and easy way. So, the product we’re developing is something we use ourselves almost daily.
What does the future hold for you? Do you have any exciting projects or launches on the horizon?
We launched the product in October and the platform has grown very quickly, so moving forward, expansion of the team that is next. We are currently focused on the European market but will soon also expand into the US.
Your studio at GT30 is really something that you have to see with your own eyes, can you tell us a little bit about why you chose to repaint it like that?
The studios at GT30 are all very nicely decorated – we noticed pretty quickly, however, that we didn’t have the talent to furnish as nicely, but still wanted to create a personal environment. Then we got the idea that we could simply draw on the walls – everything from spontaneous ideas and equations to (not so beautiful) art.
According to you, what is the best way to end a work week?
We all think that dinner at Ted, or a cocktail at Gemma are always winning concepts! Thanks to Fragsheet who you can read more about them here on their website.