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Win Real Life Rewards Daily While Playing Games With Bengga

Bengga, a new Play2Earn game, is claiming its place in the burgeoning billion-dollar gaming business by delivering a wide range of tangible benefits, such as digital products and cryptocurrency, to the average person. Users DON’T NEED TO BE CHAMPION Esports athletes to win monetary prizes with Bengga, since the free software allows users to win real-life incentives while playing a wide range of games.

Bengga players are given coins that can be exchanged for money or monetary rewards. The concept is comparable to the Grab App Incentives Center and the streaming program Kumu, where users who use the app frequently earn extra rewards. Bengga, on the other hand, provides you with access to a regularly updated library of hundreds of mobile games.

The games in Bengga are classified as hyper-casual games, which are supposed to be simple, easy to play, and highly engrossing. After a limited beta, the app went public on May 2. During the Public Beta, Bengga grew its user base by 5,611% with no advertising. Bengga users spend an average of 40 minutes per day gaming. The app’s user base is rapidly growing, as indicated by its Top 45 Lifestyle App ranking on iOS and Top 65 Social App ranking on Google Play this week.

Since the epidemic began in March 2020, hyper-casual game participation has surged by 72%. Previously, from December 2019 to March 2020, the number of downloads for hyper-casual games climbed by 103%. People are increasingly addicted to casual gaming, and Bengga wants to reward that.

Fake news? Bengga disagrees. Bengga is a rewarding platform that promises to alleviate gaming-induced boredom.

It also helps that the Bengga team has a lot of credibilities, with its key developers having over 20 years of experience developing mobile apps.

“We just want Bengga to be the platform that allows people to get rewarded by having fun because time and effort is scarce” says Bengga Head of Games and Rewarding Experiences Troy Serafica who, incidentally, is also the founder of the Effort Economy, the blockchain project that Bengga is using. “Video games are already a fully integrated part of our lives, so we’re not really reinventing the wheel. We’re just letting people make the most of what’s already a huge part of their daily business.”

Aside from that, Bengga hopes to promote NFT and cryptocurrency technology to build game-centered economies, that can then be leveraged to increase brand engagement, revenue, and exclusive access to various items.

All in all, Bengga intends to provide a large scale version of something no gaming app ever had. The team behind Bengga believes that ‘gamifying’ people’s lives by providing immediate and real-life incentives is the future, and they want to be ahead of that curve.

 

Bengga is available for free to download on Google Play Store and Apple Store.

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