Gamification for apps, marketing and training | Blog2020-04-22T09:26:09+00:00

While e-scooters are extremely popular and provide a good solution for short-distance commute in cities, the micro-mobility industry is struggling to make ends meet. The main reason is strict regulation leading to little differentiation with competitors. Embracing app gamification could, however, bring shared mobility providers more peace of mind and strengthen their position in the fierce battle to build a loyal user base. Shared mobility services provider Wunder Mobility is now partnering up with StriveCloud to offer its clients this possibility.

By |September 30th, 2020|

In our fan engagement breakdown series, we take a look at the top sports teams and organizations in the world and how they are tackling fan engagement in times of social distancing. In this blog post, Alex Ferrer Kristjansson, Senior Director Marketing and Communication at Euroleague Basketball shares how Europe’s elite multinational basketball club competition league is keeping their fanbase engaged digitally. Besides some practical examples, Alex also shares his view on...

By |September 23rd, 2020|

If there is anything the last year has taught us, it’s that the business model of the sports industry is outdated. With the world getting more and more digital every day, clubs have to innovate to survive. We had a conversation with KRC Genk’s Strategic Partnership Manager Davy Vanhaen on their plans to conquer the esports world with the help of the leading gamification company StriveCloud.

By |September 10th, 2020|

With sports clubs losing matchday income, new revenue streams like fanshops are getting more important. With the industry losing an estimated $60 billion from stadium revenue, the focus on merchandise and online sales have become a higher priority. In this article, we’ll show you how gamification drives merchandise sales and creates long-term loyal customers.

By |September 2nd, 2020|

Are you looking for alternatives to offline advertising at live events and generate new revenue opportunities? Consider investing in a very own gaming tournament platform for your brand. Over the past months, esports were able to attract thousands of consumers by providing a fun digital alternative to the live event vacuum. The quick set-up, easy scaling and low entry barrier make it possible to have a live and active platform in next to no time. And once you’re online, smart gamification elements enable you to keep users engaged, build a community of brand ambassadors, significantly increase eyeball time and in the end, boost sales. Moreover, this new medium enables you to reach new and bigger audiences, and gain more insights on who is interested in your brand to leverage in future marketing campaigns.

By |August 26th, 2020|