Amazon on Wednesday has announced that the Prime members will get in-game benefits now. Amazon Prime Members Gaming. The in-game contents include collectible characters, upgrades, in-game currency, and Prime-only tournaments.
The company said that the in-game content as part of its gaming benefits includes special perks on Legends: Bang Bang, World Cricket Championship, Mafia City, and Words with Friends 2. Amazon said the in-game launch will include stadium unlock for World Cricket Championship 2 and 50 gold and 10k cash for the Mafia City game. Amazon Prime Members Gaming.
Amazon will also add some in-game content for Amazon Prime Members users. The company said that its Prime members can anticipate new in-game content from games including Ludo King among others. Amazon said that its catalog would be refreshed consistently and that the company plans to launch new in-game content every month.
The company has set-up a dedicated gaming section on their official website. The prime members can access gaming content from the website. Amazon said that the games are available to download on app stores and that its members can use their Prime credentials in-game to claim the benefits.
Amazon Prime membership includes prime videos, prime music, and prime reading. It has to be noted that Amazon Prime membership includes unlimited free one day and two day delivery along with access to latest movies. Additionally, the company provides free access to its music library on Prime Music and access to over 1000 books on Prime Reading. Amazon also provides early access to its “Lighting Deals” for its Prime members.
“With the launch of Prime gaming, we continue to make Amazon Prime more valuable for members in India,” Akshay Sahi, director and head of Prime, Amazon India, said in a release. “We recognise the need for in-game content by mobile gamers to enhance their playing experience and are delighted to provide access to this content FREE to members. We will continue to add new in-game content for other popular games, with frequent content refreshes.”