Playdemic has added a raft of clan features to its casual sports game Golf Clash.
The feature allows groups of up to 50 to chat, share replays and work together to earn in-game rewards.
Alongside unique clan icons, players can also participate in month-long leagues against other clans. League points are earned by winning one on one matches and placing in the weekend round of any Golf Clash tournament.
Playdemic has also introduced a champion’s 100 where top-ranked clans can duke it out for the top spot.
Clash of golf clans
The new feature follows on a solid year and a half for the title, with over 58 million downloads brought in since January 2017.
According to Sensor Tower, the casual golf game has brought in more than $225 million in revenue, with $13 million of that brought in August.
Playdemic was initially acquired by Warner Bros-owned TT Games back in early 2017 for an undisclosed fee.
Initially, the plan had been to develop new games based around the LEGO IP, but that may have changed following the success of Golf Clash.