– Race 2 PyeongChang exclusive to theScore app; Complements gold standard Winter Games coverage!
TORONTO, February 6 2018 – Global politics got you shaking your head? Have some fun and let it out on the slopes thanks to a brand new game found in the latest update to theScore app by theScore, Inc. (TSX Venture: SCR) (“theScore”) on iOS and Android.
Not only will theScore deliver gold-standard coverage of the Winter Games in South Korea, sports fans can also play a fun and exclusive in-app game that lets them hit the ski slopes as world leaders Don, Vlad or Kim.
Available within theScore app’s ‘Discover’ section, ‘Race 2 PyeongChang’ lets fans take control of the three characters with the goal of getting them down the ski slope as fast as possible by collecting uniquely personalized power-ups while dodging obstacles.
This is the first time theScore has included playable content within its app, and forms another part of its podium-worthy coverage of the Winter Games, including:
- Daily Recaps – Can’t stay-up into the early hours to follow the action as it unfolds from South Korea? Don’t worry, theScore will get you up-to-date as soon as you wake-up.
- Breaking News – With every major story covered by theScore’s newsroom, and curated content and multimedia from around the web, theScore is the only app you’ll need for all the headlines and talking points from PyeongChang.
- Medal Alerts – Follow your favorite country and get notified the moment they medal!
- Every Result – Real-time coverage of men’s and women’s hockey, as well as results from all the skiing, skating, and every single event!
“Race 2 PyeongChang is not only a ridiculously addictive mobile game, it also offers a fun and playful twist on our already incredible coverage of the Winter Games,” said John Levy, CEO of theScore.
“This is a great addition to theScore’s Discover section, and adds another dimension to the amazing social and shareable content we’ve been giving sports fans. This, coupled with our real-time news and results coverage from South Korea, makes theScore the only sports app you need to follow all the action from PyeongChang AND have some extra fun at the same time.”
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