Low6, a world leader in paving the way in sports gamification, have joined forces with Xtremepush as their customer communications provider.
Low6 powers sportsbooks, teams, leagues, and brands with bespoke gaming experiences with a view to engaging and monetising digital fan bases. They help companies drive better conversion rates and make websites and apps stickier when it comes to customer interactions.
Operating out of the UK, they work with brands around the world, including the USA, The Netherlands, and Australia.
Their player engagement and retention strategy called for a solution that allows them to send personalised messages to their players in real time.
They are currently using the Xtremepush platform to carry out multiple projects, primarily sending their marketing communications through app notifications, email, and SMS.
Using Xtremepush to reach their goals and objectives, Low6 can promote relevant games and messages to their player base through highly personalised communications, encouraging them to take action, interacting with their fantasy sports teams and other games.
Real-time customer communications is essential for businesses operating in the sports betting and gaming industry. Xtremepush is helping to drive Low6 to the top of the industry through this way of communicating.
When asked about this partnership, Josh Turk from Low6 said:
“Using Xtremepush as our customer communications provider has helped us strengthen our foothold in the gaming industry. The ability to understand players on a deeper level and send personalised multichannel campaigns is a complete game changer.
Without a sophisticated provider like Xtremepush, we would be falling behind our competitors.”
Brandon Asgeirsson from Xtremepush said:
“Low6 is a seriously impressive business with a lot of marquee brands under their belt. The opportunity to work alongside them has been an absolute pleasure and incredibly beneficial for both parties. We love the relationship we have built with them and can’t wait to see it continue to flourish in the future.”