Minnesota Wild and game developer Pilot Games inked a new multi-year agreement which will bring support to local charities and Youth Hockey. Pilot’s new pull-tab game “Let’s Go Wild” which will help local charities is expected to launch this month.
Pilot Games Inks Agreement with Minnesota Wild
The U.S. game developer, Pilot Games has announced that it inked a new partnership with the professional ice hockey team Minnesota Wild. Under the multi-year agreement, the game developer will be supporting youth hockey organizations as well as local charities with the help of its latest pull-tab game “Let’s Go Wild” which is expected to roll out this month.
In a statement, Bryan Bellows, director of corporate partnerships for the Minnesota Wild said that through the partnership with Pilot Games, the team found an innovative way to reach its fans while at the same time raise vital funds for local charities. He acknowledged that for the last 20 years, the team has been a proud supporter and partner of Minnesota Youth Hockey. In conclusion, Bellows encouraged all fans of the team to check out Pilot’s new app Let’s Go Wild.
Pilot Games’ CEO and co-founder, Jon Weaver said that the company learned through its partnership with the Minnesota Vikings that there is a solid link between professional sports, players, sports fans, and charitable activities. Furthermore, he added that by offering more than 70 pull-tab games featuring team-related content, the company can provide fun and exciting content for sports fans while at the same time raise awareness and funds for local charities.
According to Weaver, the impact of COVID-19 “has been profound on community charities and Youth Hockey“. Consequently, he added that both Pilot Games and Minnesota Wild are dedicated to supporting charities and Youth Hockey in Minnesota.