Tagged: overwatch

Josh Moody's Overwatch Headed to San Francisco for TechCrunch 'Disrupt'

by Mark Carter 9/5/2014 10:53 am

Innovate Arkansas client firm and ARK Challenge alumni startup Overwatch will participate in the prominent national tech conference TechCrunch Disrupt next week in San Francisco.

Josh Moody's Overwatch App Ready to Hit Market

by Mark Carter 7/23/2014 3:38 pm

Gamers can expect to see the free Overwatch combat gaming app in the iTunes store within a couple of weeks, Overwatch CEO Josh Moody told his 1 Million Cups audience Wednesday in Little Rock.

Josh Moody's Overwatch A-Go on Indiegogo

by Mark Carter 12/20/2013 9:53 am

Overwatch, the Bentonville startup founded by Little Rock Catholic High senior Josh Moody, has launched a campaign on Indiegogo, an international crowdfunding platform.

Young CEOs: Entrepreneurship in Schools Possible

by Mark Carter 11/22/2013 10:44 am

Introducing entrepreneurship into the standard high school curriculum is possible and ultimately inevitable, according to participants in Thursday night's young CEO panel discussion hosted by the Arkansas Venture Center at the Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Startup Ecosystem Seeping Into High School Ranks

by Mark Carter 11/15/2013 11:20 am

The entrepreneurial momentum that's enveloped Arkansas over the last five years or so is seeping into the high school ranks. Noble Impact works with high schools to promote entrepreneurship.

Catholic High Senior Seeks Startup Success with Overwatch

by Mark Carter 11/4/2013 12:00 am

UA Technology Ventures director Jeff Amerine, an ARK Challenge mentor and Innovate Arkansas adviser, believes that both Overwatch and Josh Moody are ready for the big time now.

RevUnit Partners with Creative Producers Group of St. Louis

by Mark Carter 10/14/2013 12:59 pm

RevUnit, a Bentonville digital marketing agency, has launched a strategic alliance with Creative Producers Group of St. Louis, the firm announced Monday.

ARK Challenge II Names 3 Winners: Info Assembly, Overwatch, Langhar

by Mark Carter 9/5/2013 1:55 pm

Each winning startup will receive $150,000 in funding. The nine participating teams received $20,000 in seed funding and access to product development and a host of mentors during a three-month boot camp in Fayetteville.