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  Sudoku Tournament by Jump or Fall is live with integrated real money tournaments
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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

Not long after announcing their partnership with Cashplay, a monetization platform for skill games that enables game developers and publishers to integrate real money tournaments into their titles, Georgian studio Jump or Fall have released their first title featuring real cash tournaments, Sudoku Tournament. The game is now available on the App Store and is free to download.

Sudoku Tournament is a slick mobile version of a popular game with nice graphics, user experience and a soothing relaxing soundtrack. In addition to classic gameplay, players can adjust difficulty, choose from a variety of available skins or even replace numbers with different symbols. The new Play for Cash mode allows players from all over the world to compete against each other and win real cash prizes. In addition, Sudoku Tournament features a bonus scheme that allows every new user to play for free and win a cash bonus without having to make a deposit. The winners can then claim their real cash bonus by simply creating a Cashplay account, which takes less than 60 seconds.

Sandro Kvlividze, one of the founders of Jump or Fall said: “We are very happy be to be witnessing the emergence of real cash tournaments in mobile games and we wanted to give our players a chance to enjoy this new movement with something familiar to them… we also thought Sudoku looked a bit dull with only numbers so we threw in symbols as well for those who feel the same.”

Rich Sturgess, Cashplay’s Business Development Director said: “ We are very excited to have a popular game like Sudoku integrated with Cashplay. We hope that cash tournaments will attract allot of fans and make the familiar gameplay even more appealing.”

About Jump or Fall

Jump or Fall, a ‘small yet dedicated as hell team of people who want to create high quality games no matter what’ was founded in Georgia in 2013. Soon after that they joined GameFounders, the first European gaming accelerator based in Estonia, and went through their program in order to move onto the next level as a business. Nowadays Jump or Fall is an established studio with several games on iOS such as RPS Defense, Don‘t Touch My Planet!, Sudoku Tournament and an OUYA console game Washington Vs Zombies, a sequel of which is being developed for iOS. Their newest title, Coffin Rush, a genre breaking endless runner, will be coming out on the App Store before the end of the year with integrated real cash tournaments powered by Cashplay.

About Cashplay

Cashplay is the world's first and only real money eSports tournament provider operating globally on Android and Apple's iOS platform. Cashplay's real money tournament services are available in over 200 territories.  To facilitate real money tournaments, Cashplay offers a free software development kit (SDK) for mobile game developers to incorporate within skill-based, mobile games for the purpose of increasing revenues to solve the game monetization problem.

The company was founded in 2012 and is comprised of veterans from the real money gaming, banking, mobile gaming, and the online entertainment industries. Cashplay is headquartered in Prague, Czech Republic and also has an office in San Francisco, California.

For more information about Cashplay, please visit

Media Contact for Cashplay

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Media Contact for Jump or Fall

Sandro Kvlividze

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