PBA Bowling Challenge Mobile Game to Sponsor 2014 PBA Cheetah Championship

by Gianmarc Manzione 0

PBA Bowling Challenge Mobile Game has been named presenting sponsor of the 2014 PBA Cheetah Championship, PBA Commissioner Tom Clark announced today.

2013Cheetah(1)(1)The PBA Cheetah Championship presented by PBA Bowling Challenge Mobile Game will be the first of four animal pattern championships conducted during PBA World Series of Bowling VI at South Point Bowling Center in Las Vegas. Qualifying and match play rounds will be contested on Saturday, Oct. 25, with the four-player stepladder finals to be conducted on Saturday, Nov. 1, for telecast on ESPN on Sunday, Dec. 14, at 1 p.m. ET.

Since its introduction in January 2013, the “Official Mobile Game of the PBA” has surpassed 8.3 million downloads on Android mobile devices, and has added almost 2 million downloads on iOS devices since its availability for Apple products in November of 2013. Those figures from Concrete Software, the creator of the PBA Bowling Challenge, translate into 4,700 downloads per day by Android users and 2,700 daily downloads by iOS users. Another 350,000 downloads have been recorded by Amazon and Barnes & Noble device users.

PBA Bowling Challenge is a mobile game that features actual tournaments, oil patterns, bowling balls and legendary PBA bowlers who are faithfully represented throughout the game’s extensive career mode.

“The fact that an average of roughly 117,000 people play PBA Bowling Challenge every day is a testament to the game’s popularity,” said Keith Pichelman, CEO of Concrete Software.

Pichelman noted PBA Bowling Challenge is especially appealing to young people, with 40 percent of the players being between the ages of 13 and 24, and another 29 percent in the 25-34 age group – all exciting numbers for both Concrete Software and the sport of bowling.

To download the PBA game in a version to fit your mobile device, visit http://www.concretesoftware.com/web/games/pba-bowling-challenge/ and click on the proper app store button.

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