Shares of Wondr Gaming Corp. (CSE: WDR.WT) (OTCMKTS:WDRGF) have been trading within a narrow range over the past few eeeks.
On Thursday , WDRGF stock ended flat at $0.1223 with 1K shares, compared to its average volume of 4.9K shares. The stock has moved within a range of $0.1223 – 0.1223 after opening trade at $0.1223.
Wondr Gaming and Toronto Raptors Fred VanVleet & Chris Boucher Team Up with Samsung to Host Call of Duty Warzone Plunder Challenge
Wondr Gaming Corp. (OTCMKTS:WDRGF) and Toronto Raptors Fred VanVleet and Chris Boucher are collaborating 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. Wondr Gaming focuses on developing partnerships and fosters community within the esports, professional sports, and music industries through loyalty & rewards, NFTs, and media business.
As part of the strategic partnership deal, Samsung also leverages Wondr’s Shorty Awards nominated production studio, with distribution across Gamelancer, the fastest growing gaming network on social media and largest global gaming network on TikTok. They have more than 20 owned and operated channels that feature over 1 billion views per month, along with 25,000,000+ followers.
A non-binding Letter of Intent has been signed by Wondr to acquire Gamelancer. Here are the main terms of activation:
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.
Rob Frohling, Wondr Gaming’s Chief Revenue Officer, is excited about the collaboration with Samsung. He is confident it will open up new opportunities for them to connect with Millennial and Gen Z gamers and expand their audience at the same time.