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Victory Square Technologies portfolio company Immersive Tech adds a VR veteran to its board

Alvin Wang Graylin brings more than two decades of experience in the technology industry and has made a name for himself in the virtual reality sector

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Graylin has held major profit and loss roles at a number of public companies including Intel Corporation and Trend Micro. 

Victory Square Technologies Inc (CSE:VST) (OTCMKTS:VSQTF) (FRA:6F6) portfolio company, Fantasy 360 (which does business as Immersive Tech) has appointed HTC Corporation China President Alvin Wang Graylin to its board of directors.

Graylin brings more than two decades of experience in the technology industry and has made a name for himself in the virtual reality sector. At HTC, he managers the company’s business in the China region, including the VIVE VR division, phone, Viveport content platform, partnerships, investments and the company’s XR Suite Business globally.

Graylin also serves as vice chairman of the Industry of Virtual Reality Alliance and president of the Virtual Reality Venture Capital Alliance. 

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“As the world reopens following the global pandemic shutdown, the need for high fidelity location-based VR experiences for consumers and businesses will surge,” Graylin said. “Immersive Tech’s unique smart-container solution, built with HTC VR devices, guarantees a top quality full haptic experience with rapid deployment and low setup costs. That’s a killer combination that the market will appreciate.” 

Graylin began his involvement in VR in 1991 when he studied at the HIT Lab at the University of Washington, the company said, and today he speaks at events and conferences globally to help build a scalable and vibrant VR/AR ecosystem, the company said.

“We couldn't be more excited and honored to welcome Alvin to our board of directors. The wealth of knowledge, experience and connections he brings to the company cannot be overstated,” Immersive Tech CEO Tim Bieber said in a statement. “Alvin has more experience under the hood of the VR ecosystem than almost anyone in the industry, which will give Immersive Tech a strategic advantage in the deployment of our UNCONTAINED hyper-immersive location-based VR attraction.”

Over the course of his career, Graylin has held major profit and loss responsibility roles at a number of public companies including Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) and Trend Micro. 

“The entire VST and Immersive Tech teams are thrilled with the stellar appointment of Alvin Wang Graylin to the strong Immersive Tech Board of Directors,” VST CEO Shafin Diamond Tejani said. “Having Alvin’s awesome talent, expertise and extensive knowledge in the sector will catapult Immersive to great new heights.”

Contact Andrew Kessel at andrew.kessel@proactiveinvestors.com

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