Skillz, which is a mobile esports platform, has now revealed a $25000 plus contest for developers who can even best use the Skillz platform to make the mobile esports games.
The Skillz Global Game Developer Challenge is setting off a compensation where the developers try to create a new esports hit by integrating the Skillz infrastructure into a mobile game. The content will be open to all self-serve games, which is launched between the month of September and March.
The winners will even receive a $25000 user acquisition budget spent by the Skillz to drive the traffic to the game as well as the game optimization and launch services provided by the Skillz Business and game design experts.
Earlier this year, the CodeCube Brother Won Skillz’s first-ever competition and earned the $500000 prize for creating the color ring. To qualify for this new upcoming competition, developers must even provide the app store link or even the Android APK to their Skillz powered and supported the game in the developer console or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org by the deadline.
Skillz has now even hosted more than 2 Billion tournaments for more than 20 million registered players. In the previous nine months, Skillz has even powered and supported more than 800 million tournaments – nearly as many tournaments as the platform hosted in it’s coming six years.