You can't turn a corner on the net without running into BackgammonMasters and their tiger mascot, Jean-Claude.
(PRWEB) April 24, 2007
BackgammonMasters has released their second installment of the BackgammonMasters' Animation Series "Life According to Jean-Claude". Jean-Claude may not know why or where the battle of Barbarossa was fought, but he can tell you that persistence is the key to winning any battle.
And in the battle to be the number one online backgammon game, BackgammonMasters seems to be winning. The reason? "You can't turn a corner on the net without running into BackgammonMasters and their tiger mascot, Jean-Claude." Jean-Claude's mastery of backgammon strategies and philosophies has made him an apparent guru on all subjects, including World War II and the battle of Barbarossa, as he successfully attempts to make humorous metaphors between life, history and winning at his favorite game.
Besides being an industry leader with their exceedingly large and frequent tournaments and prize promotions, BackgammonMasters.com has pulled out all the marketing stops and Jean-Claude is a key figure. The first installment of the series received a huge response as the BackgammonMasters rendered it interactive by offering prizes for answering trivia questions about the clip, making the next installments eagerly anticipated.
BackgammonMasters stated that their mission for Jean-Claude is to position him as a powerful brand icon and a ground-breaking promotion for their skill game software which now includes the option to play poker as well backgammon.
BackgammonMasters' all-in-one game lobby also offers Perudo, a popular Spanish dice game, and now, BackgammonMasters sources have announced that Blackjack is due out sometime in May. What gives BackgammonMasters the edge over competition is that all of their games are available from one site, in one platform, in one game lobby.
To view the first and second installments of the Jean-Claude animation go to Jean-Claude Video page at http://www.backgammonmasters.com/jc-barbarossa.html