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Wonky Ship Featured on Plunder League
CHARLESTON, SC Feb. 16, 2017 – Reflex-testing arcade mobile game, “Wonky Ship” is now featured on Plunder League, the pioneering mobile eSports platform.
Players can win real cash prizes by installing the Plunder League app on their iOS mobile devices and completing the goals outlined for the Wonky Ship tournament. There will be daily cash prizes up for grabs to the highest score in the leaderboard.
“Wonky Ship is a great fit with Plunder League’s tournament system,” said Kiz Studios Director of Publishing, Craig Albeck. “The single-player mode in Wonky Ship brings out the competitive streak in everyone, so it’s great to have a place where players can show off their skills and be rewarded with real cash.”
“Kiz Studios recognized the benefits of bringing their game to a captive audience of mobile gamers through our eSports platform,” said Crystal Typermass, Director of Marketing at Plunder League. “We are confident this partnership will drive growth in the number of installs and engagement factor for Wonky Ship”
About Wonky Ship:
Wonky Ship is a fast-paced reflex-testing game where your task is simple — keep your spaceship from falling into the black hole. By using simple touch-based thruster controls, you’ll accelerate your ship, trying to gain enough momentum to keep yourself out of the black hole’s gravity for as long as possible. The longer you stay alive, the higher your score.
About Kiz Studios: Kiz Studios is an independent game developer with offices in Atlanta, GA, Charleston, SC and Leamington Spa, UK. With hits like the cross-platform battler, “Might & Mayhem”; PlayStation 4 action brawler, “Trans-Galactic Tournament” and frenetic space puzzler, “Wonky Ship” — featured by Apple in their “Best of 2015” apps — Kiz Studios bends genres and blurs the lines between casual and hardcore, making accessible games for a global audience. To learn more, check out www.kizstudios.com .