Gaming has become a part of a lot of moms’ lives. I know that it is a great way for me to unwind and shake off the stress. Whether stressed, bored, or looking to kill some time, moms are now taking to their smartphones to play, relax, have fun, and conquer.
As such, women have become primary market players in the rapidly growing $70 billion mobile gaming industry.
The best example of this comes from the world’s leading mobile eSports platform, and the 2017 Inc. 500 fastest growing company in America – Skillz.
As of 2018, women represent over 53% of Skillz’s platform, which allows anyone 18+ to compete against each other for free or for real world prizes across thousands of fun yet simple mobile games like Solitaire Cube or Bubble Shooter.
But women are not just playing, they are dominating!
Last year 70% of Skillz’s top winners were women, and the top 10 alone earned over $2 million dollars! Two of the highest earning female players – a mom and a Harvard student – earned enough on Skillz to place among the biggest earners in electronic sports.
Now Skillz has found a way to make gaming even more meaningful. They recently announced a partnership with Susan G. Komen called Play for the Cure where users get to compete for amazing prizes and Skillz donates all the proceeds to help fight breast cancer. They have pledged $100,000 and will be holding events every month.
All you have to do to participate is download Solitaire Cube or any of their games by clicking here on your mobile device and complete your account to receive notifications of Play For The Cure events.
It’s about time for moms to have fun!
Special Note: Skillz Real Prize tournaments are not allowed in a few limited locations. You can find more information on restrictions here.