Original Gamer Life, the Thriving-as-a-Service (TaaS) social impact gaming ecosystem, proudly announces retired United States Air Force Major Brandon Sivret as the new OGLife CEO. The OGLife multiverse is powered by StrongNode.io, an Infrastructure-as-a-Service technology company and the first project incubated under TkyoLabs.
Brandon Sivret earlier established a career as an intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance subject matter expert and joint operational planner as a major in the U.S. Air Force. He served as a deployed director of operations for an Expeditionary Air Support Operations Squadron and a liaison to the U.S. Army, NATO, the Gulf Cooperation Council and the Office of the U.S. Vice President, who was then Joe Biden, during two combat deployments.
Brandon, a 13-year veteran, serves as the executive officer of MilitaryGamers.com, a community of almost 5,000 current and former U.S. military personnel focusing on video games to assist with benefits, PTSD and other issues. Brandon is also an avid gamer and an independent game developer. He owns and operates a retail game store in El Paso, Texas, selling and hosting a variety of games like Warhammer 40K, Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons and Dragons.
“OGLife is our entry into the gaming space as a collection of metaverses that we’re affectionately dubbing as our multiverse. OGLife reflects our collective passion for gaming and connecting our users as the Original Gamers to their avatars and characters as they explore a multitude of metaverses. Through OGL and the “OGL Multiverse,” we’re on a mission to bring 3 billion gamers into the crypto space while ensuring users focus on the most important part of the game, themselves. Acting as a gateway to introduce gamers everywhere to the exciting world of blockchain and cryptocurrency, users can earn both OGL and SNE tokens by contributing to the OGLife ecosystem or StrongNode Edge network,” Sivret said about the project.
He further mentioned: “Our health and wellness, social impact and play-to-thrive model is our contribution to the growing focus on environmental, social and governance concepts through the OGL multiverse. Playing games is a passion of mine and I’ve been running gaming communities my whole life. I am very happy to wake up every morning and get to work with the OGL team.”
Brandon Sivret initially served as the general manager of Original Gamer Life before taking on the role of CEO. Recently, OGLife is gearing up for their upcoming initial DEX offering (IDO) in the coming weeks. The final details of the launch date and launchpads will be posted soon.
“OGLife is open to gamers from all walks of life. We are building a positive environment and experience where we celebrate gaming and what it can do for one’s health and wellness. In OGLife, we are on a mission to serve communities of gamers to help them thrive,” Sivret said.
About Original Gamer Life
Original Gamer Life or OGLife is a Thriving-as-a-Service social impact ecosystem open to all gamers. OGLife is the first incubated project powered by the Infrastructure-as-a-Service tech company StrongNode.io Innovation Lab. OGLife is serving communities that need the most help to thrive. OGLife aims to deliver a fun, healthy and rewarding way for gamers to live and thrive. We are a multiverse gaming community and streaming platform bringing 3 billion gamers to the crypto space and offering a trifecta of solutions: technology, game and community. In OGLife, we play-to-thrive.
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