Special Gamez signs agreement to add smash hit Wolf Game: Wild Animal Wars to alternative storefronts

By , on November 13, 2023
Last modified 3 weeks, 1 day ago

For the longest time, there have only been two big mobile storefronts, Google Play and the App Store, however, there are quite a few alternative stores out there looking to make a name for themselves. To help with the incoming revolution, Special Gamez has signed an agreement with Flexion to put the hit Wolf Game: Wild Animal Wars on these extra stores.

Currently only existing on the big two, Wolf Game has racked up over $2 Million in revenue, not a number to sniff at. Special Gamez is set to increase this with new user acquisitions and additional monetisation through these extra storefronts, whilst games marketing company Flexion will celebrate the inclusion of a smash hit game in these new locations.

When celebrating the agreement, Flexion CEO, Jens Lauritzson, said: “Smart developers like Special Gamez are driving increased revenue and wider audiences thanks to the alternative app stores”.

“Flexion is adding an average of 10% to a game’s Google Play revenue by taking it to the alternative app stores. We have more than 100 people with expertise and experience, and technology in growing revenue and audiences on the alternative app stores. No one else can offer this.”

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SpecialGames CEO, Tom Lee, added: “The alternative app stores are now an essential part of our marketing activities to grow revenue and audiences for Wolf Game: Wild Animal Wars.”

Meanwhile, it provides enhanced accessibility for users, allowing them to seamlessly download and enjoy our game through a broader array of app stores. The Flexion team are uniquely positioned to maximise our results on the alternative platforms and we can’t wait to get started.”

Wolf Game: Wild Animal Wars is available to download now from the App Store and Google Play, and will soon be available on the Amazon Appstore, Aptoide, ONE store, Samsung Galaxy Store, DT Hub, Huawei’s AppGallery, and Xiaomi GetApps in 2023 Q4.