Cashplay and Gamblified, two platforms providing real-money gaming experience for skill games, have released Dead Trigger 2: eSports Tournament, a licensed new version of the smash-hit zombie series.
Players are placed in the arena and given different weapons to fight for their lives. The goal of the game is to survive as many waves of zombies as possible while gaining extra points for getting headshots or killing a number of zombies in a row.
Despite being published by Gamblified, the game has the look and feel of the original Dead Trigger 2, and all the familiar features remain intact for the fans. Dead Trigger 2 eSports Tournament is now available on iOS and Android featuring a new Tournament mode powered by Cashplay.
The Cashplay Tournament mode allows players from all over the world to compete in head-to-head tournaments and win real cash prizes. Just like other Cashplay powered games, Dead Trigger 2 eSports 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 claim their real cash bonus by simply creating a Cashplay account, which takes less than 60 seconds.
Cashplay’s Managing Director, Thomas Newman, said: “ We are very excited to work with a popular title such as Dead Trigger. The game is perfect for our platform and we hope to see a lot of Dead Trigger fans winning real money soon.”
Michal Palecek, co-founder of Gamblified, said: “The original Dead Trigger 2 is regarded as one of the most successful zombie shooters ever. Our core business is creating original games with real money against a house, which depends much less on player skill and depends also on their luck. However, we decided to make something also for the original Dead Trigger 2 hardcore fans and its best players so we created this version depending only on player skill. We created this product because we experienced an enormous interest in having it from players. With real money involved, the game gives much more adrenaline and breath-taking experiences to players”