GameChanger, a new mobile gaming platform company will release its first wave of games through its GameChanger World app in August from Forever the Sickest Kids, Mayday Parade, Senses Fail, T. Mills, Hopsin, Allstar Weekend, and Miss May I. GameChanger was founded by John D’Esposito and is based in Colts Neck, New Jersey.
Utilizing high-tech graphics and sound, GameChanger has created mobile games that enable fans to make new music discoveries and provide a primary communication channel to connect with artists. D’Esposito and his team worked closely with GameChanger artists and bands to customize their games.
“We are excited about the future,” said D’Esposito. “We’ve always known that connecting artists to their audience means a better experience for both and GameChanger’s platform not only allows bands to entertain and engage, but it also provides an alternative way to reach and ultimately connect with fans.”
The GameChanger World app will be available for iOS and Android mobile devices through the App Store and Google Play. The app will launch on August 1, with new platforms to be released every other week. August 1, Forever the Sickest Kids, T. Mills, Allstar Weekend, August 8 Mayday Parade, August 15, Hopsin, August 22 Senses Fail and August 29, Miss May I. For a small fee, players will be able to compete with other users and win prizes. More games are to be released throughout the year.
As the next generation of pervasive games arrives, GameChanger hopes that, with their unique approach and vision, they'll be a leader in the space.