AviaGames gears up for Memorial Day through easy-access mobile platform

May 24, 2023
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Players can access Pocket7Games and individual titles through one app.

AviaGames has made its suite of titles available in one app in anticipation of the upcoming holiday weekend. AAA has estimated that more than 42 million Americans are expected to travel during Memorial Day Weekend, nearly 7% higher than those who traveled during this time last year.

Pocket7Games is a skill-based social competition platform that offers mobile entertainment to players of all skill levels. Players can access both individual AviaGames titles, as well as the Pocket7Games platform from mobile devices.

Company Founder and CEO Vickie Chen further explained the company’s desire to offer players easy access to AviaGames titles, no matter where they might travel.

She said, "We created AviaGames and the Pocket7Games platform to provide mobile games that are easy to access and fun to play, no matter what level you want to compete at, or advance to.

"As an entertainment outlet and way to pass time, while challenging your brain, playing an AviaGames title or hopping from game to game in the Pocket7Games platform is a perfect addition to your summer travels."

AviaGames was founded in 2017 and is a mobile, social competition gaming company. It is also the publisher of the unified gaming platform, Pocket7Games. Its portfolio of known titles includes Bingo Clash, Bingo Tour, Cooking Clash, 21 Gold, Yatzy Craze and Match 'n Flip.

The California game creator recently launched its latest title, Bubble Buzz, a revamped bubble-bashing game that gives its players a chance to win real cash. The company has released more than 15 titles to date, as well as its Bingo Tour app.


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