iGaming content provider BGaming announced Friday it has launched its first competition for online slots streamers with a $15,000 prize pool. The event will be held online between August 10-31, challenging participants to collect particular winning combinations and emotional moments while streaming BGaming slots on Twitch and Youtube.
To enter the BGaming Streamers Race, participants must have a Twitch or YouTube account and stream any of the three following BGaming slots: Bonanza Billion, Lucky Lady Moon Megaways, and Aztec Magic Bonanza, between August 10-31. There are no limitations on which online casino to choose for streams, and no pre-registration is needed.
Leaders of the Streamers Race will be determined according to the submitted results in the following nominations: Multiplier Hero, Scatters Champion, and the Greatest Showman.
The Multiplier Hero category will reward streamers with the biggest sum of submitted multipliers collected on streams during the race period, while the Scatters Champion category will challenge streamers to collect six scatters in the slots and be the first to submit the result. Lastly, the Greatest Showman category will allocate submissions of the most exciting video moments captured during the streams.
Participants of the Streamers Race will be able to submit results in multiple categories and track their leaderboard positions in real-time on the official website of the Streamers Race. Leaders of the Race will raffle off the prize fund of $15,000.
Kate Puteiko, Product Marketing Lead at BGaming, commented: “We see significant changes in our player's persona: the average age of our players is shifting from thirty to twenty years old. This new generation of slots fans is pushing the development of the streaming community, making streamers trusted influencers in the industry."
"We see a growing interest in our games from streamers, and of course, we are interested in encouraging them to play our games more. Support and development of the streamers community are among our priorities, and you'll see even more events for streamers powered by BGaming," she concluded.