BGaming, a fast-growing content provider for the iGaming industry, has announced the results of the Streamers Hunt, a tournament for casino streamers with a prize pool of $20,000 (€18,796). Streamers Hunt became the second in the series of tournaments organized by BGaming aimed at building the community of players and gambling streamers for sharing ideas and promoting a player-driven approach in game development.
After the successful debut of the Streamers Race in the summer, BGaming announced the return of their tournament for casino streamers, offering a prize pool of $20,000 €18,796).
The Streamers Hunt tournament, which ran from 8th to 14th December, featured 32 special quests hidden within the BGaming’s popular slots. More than 20 streamers worldwide participated in the tournament, submitting their results to the leaderboard as they completed each quest during their live streams on Twitch, YouTube, and DLive. No limitations were set on which online casino to choose for streams. Those players who were the first to pass quests and submit their results for each target were eligible to win a share of the cash prize from the $20,000 €18,796) prize pool.
“This tournament was not just about the competition,” said Maksim Krotau, streamers relations manager at BGaming. “It was also about bringing the community of players and gambling streamers together and supporting their passion for gaming. BGaming stands for a player-driven approach in creating games, and such tournaments are a great way to build a community of responsible gamblers.”
BGaming continues to organize and support events for streamers and their fans aimed at building a community for sharing ideas, promoting a player-driven approach to game development, and fostering a positive gambling culture.
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