With Games From Demi Lovato And DNCE
As musicians large and small look for new revenue streams to make up for lost sales these days, anything is in play, and the mobile gaming space has seen quite a few big names launch branded offerings that will hopefully entice their fan bases into spending their hard-earned cash on in-app purchases, where there is plenty of money to be made.
Pictures above from left to right is Kevin Jonas, CEO of Philymack, Phil McIntyre and Joe Jonas attend Fast Company Innovation Festival 2016 held recently at Skirball Center, NYU on November 2, 2016 in New York City, where they announced they are forming a new mobile gaming company to release a bunch of free-to-play games based on the name-brand of their signed artists, for fans to enjoy and of course to hopefully rake in tons of money from microtransactions buried thru-out the games that will be needed to advance.
So what do you think about all these 'celebrity' based mobile games, does it really help their fans in playing them, or is it just a money-grab, and they don't have any care how their fans are treated by game itself, or the enjoyment factor they get out of it.
NEWS SOURCE: Kevin Jonas Launches New Mobile Gaming Company (via) Forbes