How much money would a woodchopper game make if a woodchopper game would integrate Cashplay?

Timberman developer Digital Melody uses real-money platform

Date Type Companies involved Size
September 22nd, 2014 partnership Cashplay
Digital Melody
Not disclosed
How much money would a woodchopper game make if a woodchopper game would integrate Cashplay?

Woodchopper game Timberman from Polish developer Digital Melody has integrated the real-money skill-based platform Cashplay.

The platform enables developers to open up a new revenue stream across 150 countries in which players compete head-to-head or in larger groups to win real-money prizes.

The Timberman integration will cover both iOS and Android versions of the game, as well as including new social features from Cashplay.

Honing the edge

"Cashplay is the expert in global real money skill gaming, so a partnership to bring their service to our game was not only a no-brainer, but a must," said Digital Melody's creative director Pawel Kitajewski.

"We believe that once our Timberman players experience real-cash gaming as part of their gameplay experience they will insist every title we develop moving forward also offers this fun addition to gameplay."

"Timberman fits remarkably well with our mobile cash tournament concept, and we look forward to the response from Digital Melody's audience," added Cashplay's CEO Jarrod Epps.

You can find out more about Cashplay and real-money skill-based gaming by reading our recent series of opinion pieces from Jarrod Epps on the subject.

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Jared Epicpower
great title jj