EWar announces Grand Gadget gaming tournament that awards gadgets for winning
EWar Games have announced a new flagship tournament in India. Called the EWar Grand Gadget Tournament, the tournament will give gamers the chance to win different gadgets. The company notes that the Grand Gadget Tournament will be rolled out as a weekly recurring event.
Parth Chadha, Founder & CEO, EWar Games says, “We are happy to introduce the Grand Gadget Tournament – which has been developed with the objective to reward quality players on EWar’s mobile gaming platform and to encourage players to play more and win more attractive gadgets every week.This in turn will also further increase the DAU (daily active users) count on EWar on a weekly basis, and thereby accelerate our growth agenda in the long run. We have always been very committed towards rewarding and incentivizing high-quality and skilled gamers as well as adding value to their lives; and now with the launch of this Gadget Tournament project, we are hopeful that our users will be associate with EWar more actively and frequently, especially when they look at or use these gadgets they have won in their day-to-day lives.”
EWar Grand Gadget Tournament: Details
The EWar Grand Gadget Tournament will have no entry fee required for participation. The tournament will begin every Monday and end on Saturday. Prizes will be announced every Sunday. To register for the tournament, players will have to visit the official website and download the EWar app from there.
The top three performers of the EWar Grand Gadget Tournament will be awarded with gadgets such as mobile phones, Alexa smart devices, earphones, Bluetooth speakers, and more. The company notes that the overall prize pool for each tournament will be Rs 11,000. These will be distributed among the top 50 players of the tournament.
The first EWar Grand Gadget Tournament will kick off from November 22 and go on until November 27. The first game that will be a part of the tournament will be Ludo. the company notes that the games of the tournament will vary between casual and hyper-casual games. This would include Ludo, Snakes & Ladders, Carrom, among others.
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