ePlay’s Big Shot at Digital Entertainment World with Newest Features
Pick your Dream Team and build a Big Shot Roster with latest update.
ePlay Digital Inc. (CSE:EPY) today announced that the Big Shot™ Augmented Reality game continues to advance the state-of-the-art with new challenges and features. Teams, leagues, and sports sponsors and advertisers can see the latest Augmented Reality (AR) features of the Big Shot platform at the upcoming Digital Entertainment World event in Marina Del Ray on February 4 and 5, 2019. Bookings are possible at the eplaydigital.com/event website.
Other new mini-games such as Big Shot Swish AR are also now available in the Apple App Store.
Earlier this month, ePlay and Big Shot were at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Lindsay McCormick, TV host, sports broadcaster, and strategic advisor to ePlay and Trevor Doerksen, CEO of ePlay, were at the 2019 CES event to show off the newest augmented reality esports features. Tangible results from CES are nearing finalization and multiple announcements are expected soon.
“By leading the world in creating augmented reality games for sports, esports, and entertainment we have learned we are in a unique position where marketing, intellectual property, and technology intersect,” says Trevor Doerksen, CEO of ePlay Digital. “We find ourselves not just leading in augmented reality, but also in esports with the first massive multiplayer (MMO) game based on live NBA, Football, and other sports.”
The beta version of Big Shot rates 4.4 out of 5 in Apple’s App Store and has new daily challenges available for NBA games and fans. Users can build their “Big Shot Roster”, unlock challenges, and select NBA players to compete in daily fantasy challenges. Users can play Swish while they watch their selections and rosters earn them points in live NBA games on TV.
Big Shot™ is ePlay’s augmented reality esports mobile game described as Pokémon Go meets sports, esports, and entertainment. Nintendo’s augmented reality game, Pokémon Go, earned USD $84.8 million in September 2018, according to a recently released report from Sensor Tower.