BGaming to host $15K online competition for slots streamers

BGaming to host $15K online competition for slots streamers

BGaming, an online casino content provider, announced recently the commencement of its inaugural competition for online video slots broadcasters with a total prize pool of $15,000.

The tournament will be hosted online from August 10 to 31 and will require players to gather certain winning combinations and emotional moments while broadcasting BGaming slots on Twitch and YouTube.

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How to Participate the Streamer Race?

To participate the BGaming Streamers Race, competitors must have a Twitch or YouTube account and broadcast one of the following three BGaming slots between August 10 and 31: Bonanza Billion, Lucky Lady Moon Megaways, or Aztec Magic Bonanza. There are no restrictions on which online casino may provide streaming, and registration is not required. The leaders of the Streamers Race will be chosen based on the submitted results for the Multiplier Hero, Scatters Champion, and Greatest Showman nominees.

The Multiplier Hero category will award streamers with the largest total of multipliers reported throughout the race time, while the Scatters Champion category will challenge broadcasters to collect six scatters in the slots and submit the result first. The final category, Greatest Showman, will accept entries of the most thrilling video moments caught during the livestream. On the official website of the Streamers Race, participants will be able to submit results in several categories and monitor their real-time leaderboard rankings. Leaders of the Race will raffle off the $15,000 prize cash.

Driving the Growth of the Streaming Community

The average age of BGaming’s gamers is decreasing from thirty to twenty years old, according to Kate Puteiko, the company’s Product Marketing Lead. This new generation of slot players is driving the growth of the streaming community, making streamers influential industry figures. Streamers are becoming more interested in the company’s games, and it is in their best interest to encourage them to play more. Support and growth of the streamers community are among its top goals, and BGaming will host even more events for streamers, she said.

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