Free-to-Play specialist partners with leading horse racing and betting operators to drive acquisition and retention via Lucky7 game.
SportCaller, the free-to-play sports-game specialist, and William Hill have announced a deal with Racing Post to raise the profile of one of their flagship games, Lucky7, and optimise its penetration among Racing Post’s ever-expanding audience.
William Hill’s affiliate team was instrumental in putting this premium partnership in place as a means of driving acquisition within a targeted, fertile base of racing fans.
Lucky7 is a weekly free-to-enter competition in which players compete for a prize pot of up to £100,000 by selecting the winners of seven televised races every weekend on ITV Racing. And if the jackpot isn’t won, then the top entry each weekend still scoops a £1,000 consolation prize.
This easy-to-integrate game was initially rolled out in 2017 in conjunction with William Hill, where it provably accelerated account acquisition and increased betting activity for clients. Lucky7 now aims to repeat the feat, leveraging its core retention strengths across all Racing Post’s digital services.
Lucky7 has been customised by SportCaller to drive retention across all platforms, boosting the user experience on a sport which historically has a huge impact on UK revenues. This free-to-play game is available via desktop and mobile, and also as an app via Google Play and the App Store.
In a largely standardised landscape for sign-up offers and bonuses, SportCaller are offering a third way to enhance recruitment, reactivation and retention through deep player engagement.
SportCaller MD Cillian Barry said: “Having worked successfully with William Hill on Lucky7 over the past two years, we are now thrilled to expand the partnership with Racing Post, whose brand and audience represents a perfect fit for this game.
“It’s so gratifying for our games to have been integrated by two household names so intimately connected with horse racing. After all, it’s a sport which was our first love at SportCaller, having created the original free-to-play jackpot game with Sky Bet and Channel 4 Racing way back in 2014.”