Mobile gaming industry shows no signs of slowing down as advancements increase ease of use engagement and downloads with growth projected from $35 Billion in 2016 to $45 Billion In 2020. Gaming companies with recent developments of importance in market are InCapta, Inc. (OTC: INCT), Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: EA), Activision Blizzard, Inc. (NASDAQ: ATVI), King Digital Entertainment plc (NYSE: KING) and Zynga Inc. (ZNGA)
InCapta, Inc. (OTC: INCT), and its subsidiaries Play Celebrity Games and Stimulating Software, announced that Qwote and Bahja Rodriquez have signed to have Play Celebrity Games produce and launch game apps for their fan base. Qwote states, “I am excited to work with Play Celebrity Games and look forward to expanding the way in which my fans can interact with me.” Both of the game app will be developed by the Stimulating Software programmers and launched through Play Celebrity Games.
When asked, Bahja Rodriquez stated, “I am so excited to create an application with Play Celebrity Games. My fans love to engage in fun and exciting games and applications and I can’t wait to introduce them to my new application.” John Fleming, CEO of InCapta commented on behalf of the Company’s subsidiaries, “It’s been a great week for our companies. Between signing two celebrities and launching five new apps for our followers the Company is beginning to show our business model. The new games KickiCon, 4_1, 4_2, Zombie Sniper and Zombie Sniper SS1 are all available on iTunes, Google and Amazon.” Mr Fleming continued, “We at InCapta are looking forward to working both Qwote and Bahja on their new games. Our goal is to provide the artist with game apps that allow their fans become even closer fans to the artist.” The Stimulating Software launch five new mobile game apps which are available to install in the app stores of Google, Apple, Amazon and other stores internationally. The company is excited to see on its games breaking thru this significant milestone.