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Talking Insomnia with Craig Fletcher from Multiplay


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This weekend saw Insomnia55 take place at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, featuring the UK’s biggest line-up of eSports tournaments, live shows from Youtube’s biggest stars and the most anticipated games of 2015, and I spoke to Multiplay Founder and CEO Craig Fletcher about it.


Insomnia55, powered by GAME, featured more live ‘Lets Play’s’, more exhibition booth gaming, and more interactive gaming content than any Insomnia event to-date. Other regular returning features included the 24hr BYOC (Bring Your Own Computer / Console) LAN areas, the Minecraft zone, Panel Talks, the Indie Zone, the Retro Zone, the Tabletop Gaming Zone, and the burgeoning Retail zone.

The impressive growth of the Insomnia series saw Insomnia55 expand with four external Marquees raised to provide an additional 8000sqm space for the UK’s biggest and fastest growing gaming festival.

Craig Fletcher is the Founder and CEO of Multiplay, and I sat down with him to find out all about Insomnia and what some of their plans are for the future, so over to Craig:

For more information about future Insomnia events, please visit the Insomnia Gaming Festival website

Founded in 1997, Multiplay is a gaming services company specialising in online hosting, events management, esports and more. Multiplay’s unique service and Clanforge platform enables individuals and businesses to host video game backend services with the very best performance at all times. With support from a dedicated 24x7x365 technical infrastructure team and over 26 locations available worldwide, Multiplay provides an unparalleled online hosting experience for gamers across the globe.

Following its acquisition in March 2015, Multiplay is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of GAME Digital plc.

For more information about Multiplay, visit .

Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.


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