DALLAS, Oct. 23, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Million: The Game, the first eSports game app developed by AIGC Games and available in the App Store & Android Play Store for free, has just announced the 10 gamers who qualify to play the Stage 4 live streaming event to win one million dollars. Included among the qualified competitors are four girls.
The names of final gamers:
- Angel from Republica Dominicana.
- Beata from Canada.
- Carlos from Mexico.
- Saleh from Malaysia.
- Kaity from Oregon, USA.
- Kaylee from Ohio, USA.
- Matthew from Texas, USA.
- Mercy from New Mexico, USA.
- Neal from Hawaii, USA.
- Alex from Texas, USA.
The game has three stages to complete, each with 30 levels. At each stage, there is a game update that unlocks the next stage and adds more playing levels. To win the prize, a player has to complete the 90 levels and score 9000, with the first ten people to finish qualifying for the final stage. This last event will then be live-streamed, with “big cash prizes” for three people.
“We are so thrilled to announce the final event participants. For gamers who missed their chance, we will release Stage 4 for everyone with a surprise,” AIGC Games CEO Mo Amous said.
“Million: The Game’s concept is to add new excitement and challenges on the app store,” AIGC Games CEO Mo Amous said.
Learn more about the game: http://www.million-thegame.com
In addition, AIGC Games is currently producing Million: The Movie, and game participants are invited to be featured in the movie. Learn more about the movie: http://www.million-themovie.com/
About AIGC Games Inc.
Based in Dallas, Texas, AIGC Games Inc. is the first E-sport gaming app developer. AIGC Games Inc. was formed by app veterans who have collectively developed apps since 2009 for their clients. For more information, please do visit: http://www.aigcgames.com
*Due to restriction of Google Play store, the rewards will be offered to iOS iPhone players only, but Android users can submit and join appearing on Million (The Movie).
CONTACT: For more information, please contact: Maram Amous (214) 499-8654 firstname.lastname@example.org