TORONTO, February 3, 2022 – Wondr Gaming Corp. (CSE: WDR) (CSE: WDR.WT) (OTCQB: WDRGF) (the “Company” or “Wondr Gaming”) and Toronto Raptors Fred VanVleet and Chris Boucher partner with Samsung to host a Call of Duty Warzone Plunder challenge on Twitch, facing off with Wondr C.O.D. streamers to promote the Samsung Odyssey monitor and SSD (solid state drive) for gamers.
As part of the strategic partnership, Samsung also leverages Wondr’s Shorty Awards nominated production studio, with distribution across Gamelancer, the fastest growing gaming network on social media and the largest global gaming network on TikTok, with 20+ owned and operated channels, featuring over 1 billion monthly views and 25,000,000+ followers. Wondr recently signed a non-binding LOI to acquire Gamelancer.
Key terms of the activation include:
- 2 ½ hour live stream on Twitch
- Unboxing videos on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube
- Social posts on TikTok, Instagram, and Facebook
- Custom videos across Gamelancer’s TikTok and Instagram channels
“It’s an honor to welcome Samsung to the Wondr family and to pair them with Wondr brand ambassadors Fred VanVleet and Chris Boucher,” said Rob Frohling, Wondr Gaming’s Chief Revenue Officer. “As we push ourselves every day to discover new and disruptive ways to reach Millennial and Gen Z gamers, this opportunity allows us to emotionally connect our audience of 25,000,000+ gamers with Samsung, the world’s leader in gaming monitors.”