New Delhi: India’s first prize-based trivia mobile gaming app TicTok has received a tremendous response in the first four weeks of its launch with more than 15,000 app installs from Delhi/NCR alone.
In addition to the earlier subscription model of Rs.500 per month, TicTok gaming app is also going to introduce a new plan which allows users to play quizzes at a reduced monthly fee of Rs.250 and Rs.300 for the first month of subscription in which they can win and redeem prizes for games that they play but won’t be able to participate in special challenges.
The TicTok app and website have also been upgraded with a dedicated chat support feature to clarify any doubts and resolve any issues promptly so the users can have an awesome gaming experience.
“When we had launched TicTok Games, people found it hard to believe that they can really win such amazing prizes just for attempting knowledge based questions. All that is needed is a skill of working on a mobile phone, and knowledge of your interest areas such as Bollywood, automobiles and gadgets, business, education, politics, sports, travel, TV shows, etc,” said Founding Partner of TicTok games, Paavan Nanda.
“India ranks in the top five mobile gaming markets of the world and the recent increase in smartphone penetration along with access to high-speed data has made a strong business case to tap on to the next wave of mobile users. Our product offers an extra-large scope of entertainment along with a real value that can be measured in monetary terms,” added Nanda.
Users living anywhere in India (except Assam and Orissa) can download the TicTok App on Android or iOS platform and register using their Facebook account by paying a nominal subscription fee of Rs.500 (about USD seven) per month.