How Victory Square Technologies Turned C$13 Million Into C$110+M* in Net Asset Value In Just 4 Years

By Patricia Miller

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Victory Square has refined their process to help startups grow into publicly traded companies worth up to $300 million.

Building Out 20+ Next-Generation Tech Companies Using Decades of Experience


The tech sector has dominated the markets in recent years, with 5 Big Tech companies becoming the first in history to reach a $1 trillion market cap.

As everything from doctors visits to work meetings have gone online over the last year and a half, it’s clear that we’ve already entered into a new digital era.

But this could be just the beginning as experts are saying we’re now living through a technologial revolution.

Forbes states, “We are in the midst of a Fourth Industrial Revolution that could end up changing life as we know it.”

PriceWaterhouseCooper reports, “the Fourth Industrial Revolution […] is the unfolding age of digitalization. […] And it’s pervading virtually every aspect of modern life.”

And the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum calls it “a technological revolution that will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another.”


And one fast-growing tech company has built its business around developing the small players that could play the greatest role in ushering us into this new digital age.

Victory Square Technologies has built a diverse portfolio of 20+ cutting-edge tech companies from around the world, all working on the hottest trends.

That covers a wide range of explosive, billion-dollar markets like digital health, gaming, cybersecurity, web 3.0, esports, augmented reality, renewable energy, creator economy, and virtual reality, among others.

It offers investors the chance to invest in the most exciting tech trends on the markets all in one place.

Over the last few years, Victory Square has refined their process to help take companies from promising young startups to publicly traded companies worth up to $300 million in market cap… all in the span of 48 months.

And they’re doing this using decades of experience in the tech space, as Victory Square is led by its CEO, serial entrepreneur and tech investor, Shafin Tejani.

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Tejani has a history of spotting tech trends early, dating back to the 1990s, when he started by building a dating site out of his dorm room at just 19 years old.

Since then, Tejani has been awarded Ernst & Young’s Technology Entrepreneur of the Year, the Canadian Angel Investor of the Year, and BC Tech Person of the Year.

He’s launched over 40 startups in 21 different countries, generating over C$1.0 billion in enterprise value.

And now, he’s leading Victory Square as they deliver one milestone after another, like incubating the first publicly traded blockchain company, the BTL Group.

After bringing top tech companies from Europe, Africa, India, and Brazil to Canada, Victory Square works with these promising early-stage companies for between 18 to 36 months.

This helps move them from validating their technology and positioning it in the market…to helping them commercialize, spin the asset off as a public company, and dive deeper to raise additional capital.

Victory Square’s unique “venture-build model” has helped deliver 5 consecutive quarters of positive net income and earnings per share dating back to the beginning of 2020.

That kind of track record is almost unheard of for small cap companies like them.

And with net income of C$19.73 million for the fiscal year 2020 and zero debt, it puts Victory Square miles ahead of other transformative tech companies like Uber, Airbnb, and Peloton which are still scrambling to become profitable.

That’s because 2020 marked a major inflection point for Victory Square. And it could signal even bigger news to come in the second half of 2021.

Targeting the Next Wave of Big Tech Trends


Victory Square first started in 2017, starting their first promising young tech companies on the 18 to 36 month incubation timeline.

Now, as that timeline approaches the 36-month mark, they’ve finally begun spinning several companies out after years of diligent work scaling them up.

They’ve already seen one massive success story with the rise of FansUnite in the sports betting industry.

Victory Square acquired the company in an all-stock transaction for C$2 million back in 2017.

FansUnite then went public on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) in 2020 with a valuation of C$25 million.

And since then, the company has gone on to reach a market high of around C$300 million market cap.

That’s an incredible rise of nearly 100x in their valuation over the course of 4 years.

Now they’re doing the same with another company in the portfolio, GameOn Entertainment Technologies.

They’re helping revolutionize the way fans engage with their favorite TV programs through their unique predictive gaming platform.

GameOn has already partnered with entertainment super app, MX Player, with more than 280 million viewers across 12 markets.

And now, they’ve gone public after listing on the CSE on June 1.

Soon, Victory Square will have another company in the portfolio follow a similar path with the innovative technology coming from Immersive Tech.

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Immersive Tech helps build engaging experiences by combining video game development, theme park engineering, and the latest augmented reality/virtual reality (AR/VR) technology.

That’s the kind of experience big-name companies like Bayer, Scotiabank, Capital One, Intel, EBay, and Snickers have been investing in for the future of corporate team-building and recruitment.

Immersive Tech has already pulled in over $5 million dollars of revenue between 2017 and 2020.

And now, they plan to follow the path of GameOn and FansUnite, as they’re expected to go public on the CSE in the coming weeks.

These are just a few of the exciting new technologies that Victory Square has been investing in, creating a diverse portfolio of next-generation tech companies ushering in the 4th industrial revolution.

After evaluating over 600 companies from around the world, they’ve narrowed this down to just 20+ today.

And more importantly, Victory Square’s leadership is standing behind these technologies with their own money.

After investing C$13 million in the companies in their portfolio, they’ve proven that “skin in the game” combined with decades of experience is a recipe for success.

They’ve built this portfolio up to an unaudited net asset value of C$110+ million*, and at the moment, it’s deeply undervalued.

Consider this: most tech companies today trade at a price-to-earnings ratio of between 15 and 20x.

Victory Square, on the other hand, has a PE ratio of just 2.4x*.

But as we’re just approaching the tail end of the 36-month incubation period for many of the exciting tech stocks in their portfolio…

Now could be the most exciting time for Victory Square and its investors, as more and more of these companies are finally set to go public and explode into their next stage of growth.

*The Company defines “Net Asset Value ‘’ as NAV is calculated based on market cap, last financing round, Angelist, comparables and represents the current of its portfolio of companies until July 21, 2021. Read full disclaimer here!



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