Versus Systems, Inc. engages in the development of business-to-business video game support software. Its software platform allows video game publishers and developers to offer prize based matches. The company’s platform facilitates several types of single player prize challenges that includes a range of prize types, including coupons, sweepstakes style prizes, consumer packaged goods and downloadable content. The company was founded by Matthew Pierce on December 1, 1988 and is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.

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$1.02 million

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