There are developers from all corners of the world who love to turn ideas into beautiful things, and there is perhaps no better forum for them to showcase their work than the Indie Prize competition at Casual Connect. At Tenjin, we believe that indies are the main driver of true creativity and innovation in the mobile gaming space, which is why we have decided to offer, along with AppSamurai, a generous prize to the Best Mobile App winner for the Indie Prize contest at this year’s Casual Connect Kyiv.
The Indie Prize contest at Casual Connect Kyiv features some of the most exciting entries we have seen in recent history. From zombie shooter games such as Phoenix Interactive’s “The Last One” to AI Interactive’s journey puzzle game “The Enchanted World,” there are so many great titles to pick from that it’s going to be nearly impossible to whittle it down to just one winner. We suggest you take a few minutes to scroll through all of this year’s nominees, here.
While indie developers are typically full of passion and creative ideas, one thing most indies don’t have is a lot of money to spend on marketing costs. That’s why we’ve partnered with AppSamurai, which has the easiest mobile advertising platform in the market, to offer a “Level Up Kit” designed to help the Best Mobile App winner take their marketing to the next level. Worth $41,000 in value, the Level Up Kit offers one year of Tenjin service, including a free spend API and free, full access to DataVault, plus $5,000 in free User Acquisition budget from AppSamurai.
Tenjin’s VP of Sales & Operations, Henry Oh, has his work cut out for him as one of the Indie Prize judges. Other Tenjin reps will be at the show as well, so let us know if you’re interested in discussing how our mobile marketing infrastructure can give your team the tools it needs to acquire profitable new users for your app.
Casual Connect Kyiv takes place October 24 - 26 in the Parkovy Congress and Exhibition Center in Kyiv, Ukraine.