Energy drink company Mad-Croc, which launched a Mad-Croc themed mobile game developed by Turku-based Tribeflame in early August, has announced a global mobile competition with a USD 100,000 grand prize – the largest individual cash prize in mobile gaming history.
The competition will kick off on 1 October and last the entire month. Players will compete for the highest score by swimming as far as possible in the Mad-Croc game, avoiding mines and other obstacles, while gathering “Mad-Croc Energy”, diamonds and coins along the way.
“Our vision is to create a global competition in which anybody, anywhere can compete and win,” said Mad-Croc CEO Ari Koivula. “Our ‘Mad-Croctober’ contest will give away the heftiest prize in mobile game history to one skilled winner.”
Check out the competition trailer:
Turku-based Tribeflame was founded in 2009 and has launched more than a dozen games, topping the charts multiple times on Android, iOS and Windows Phone. Tribeflame game is best known for Benji Bananas, which has been downloaded over 50 million times.
Learn more about the studio at www.tribeflame.com.