Pocket Bowling 3D HD, the high-definition version of Dumadu's massively popular bowling title, hit the App Store with cash tournaments in January. Now Dumadu have released the enhanced version of their popular Basketball 3D title, which also allows its users to play for cash and get involved in the March Madness promotion, where users can play for free and win real money without the need to deposit.
Headquartered in Bangalore, India, Dumadu is one of the world's leading game design and development companies, offering a wide range of mobile games for the iOS, Android and Windows platforms, among them Pocket Bowling 3D, Basketball 3D, Pool 3D and the Dark Runner series.
Basketball 3D is an addictive basketball shooting game with four different game modes, now including multiplayer with a ‘play for cash’ option. In this mode the players have the opportunity to enter any of the available cash tournaments and match their basketball skills against each other. Cash tournament winnings can be withdrawn from the user wallet or used as game credit to enter additional tournaments.
“It is great to get Basketball 3D live on the App Store in time for March Madness,” says Jarrod Epps, the CEO of Cashplay. “Basketball 3D will be the first title to feature our unique user bonus scheme and will be our benefit from the combined marketing efforts from both Cashplay and Dumadu .”
Narasimha Reddy, CEO of Dumadu, said “It is great seeing the play for cash option gaining popularity with our Pocket Bowling 3D HD. We are excited to progress this successful partnership and present our Basketball 3D fans with the opportunity to test their skills against other users in real cash tournaments.”
Cashplay is an easy way for developers to integrate worldwide skill-based player-vs-player cash tournaments into online and mobile games. This offers gamers an opportunity to compete against each other for real money while developers can benefit from a monetization model that doesn't detract from the game experience.
Cashplay are using best-in-class technology and operate all the fraud-protection, geo-blocking, client-identification and cheat-prevention systems necessary for handling real cash in games. The company offers cash tournaments for skill games in almost all countries worldwide including the US. It allows gamers to easily make payments via PayPal, Credit and Debit card and will soon go live with direct-to-carrier billing in selected markets.
Thanks to a landmark decision by the Apple Developer team, Cashplay is the only provider of player-versus-