Video gaming is a very large industry nowadays. As of present, many business ventures often rely on it to strengthen their corporate standings through advertising and other means. It may be because of the impressive appeal that it has not only to its intended demographic, but on other members of the society as well. So it is no wonder why some particularly privileged people would start their own path to infamy by creating their own videogames through a program they call Adobe Flash. Of course, they couldn’t quite possibly compare to well-funded, mainstream games that large companies churn out annually, still they have a uniquely appealing side, plus these games are available all the time and for free. Because of this, the internet is filled with so many Flash games sites with most of them getting funding from public advertisements. But there are some that actually hold tournaments using skill games and these sites give prizes to high score holders for their dedication. Which site are we talking about? Enter FlashGP.com, a new skill game website.
FlashGP.com describes itself as a “skill game tournament website” encouraging its users to play for cash and bragging rights. This is in no way a gambling site since it relies more on reflexes than luck. Most of the games available here come from other various Flash games sites or ones produced by independent studios. With these, they regularly hold tournaments with a flexible numbers of players and winners in various skill battles. While there are daily matches, FlashGP.com may also hold other major contests annually or monthly with over $30,000 worth of money for the grand prize. Participants may also have the option to choose between skill match tournaments and free-for-all matches. As each contestant gain more prizes as they win, they may choose between two possible prize distribution rules.
FlashGP.com has one of the smoothest and fastest graphical features for their flash games. And when they say skills game, it connotes that the games featured will test the dexterity, flexibility and patience of their players. They are currently targeting the US gaming populace, but nothing’s stopping other countries from joining in. Currently they are holding a selection of fresh new games that would later be implemented in the site if they get enough votes. That’s a good thing though, since they would be free until the tournament starts, so they’ll always be there for the public to enjoy for the meantime.
There might be misconceptions that this site promotes network gambling. While it does seem like so because of heavy cash involvement, as stated earlier, the site implements a strong skills-only variety of games and they do comply with the 2006 Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act which makes the site legal in most American states. It only takes $1 per head as an entry fee and the other rewards are definitely worthwhile.
So there it is an exciting new addition to the gaming community’s arsenal. If anybody’s up to challenge or the reward then this is the site just for them. It’s greatly rewarding and satisfying.