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Tilting Point Acquires Publishing Rights for ‘Hidden Hotel: Miami Mystery’

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Tilting Point to scale hidden object game with its live publishing offerings; will have the option to fully acquire the game in a year.

Tilting Point, a free-to-play game publisher, has joined forces with WhaleApp to scale “Hidden Hotel: Miami Mystery.” 

Tilting Point will become its exclusive publisher worldwide while WhaleApp will continue development and live ops for the game.

 This partnership enables WhaleApp, to focus on managing game operations, while Tilting Point takes the lead on growing “Hidden Hotel: Miami Mystery” through its publishing platform, including UA funding and management, app store optimization (ASO), ad monetization, platform deployment and more. Tilting Point will have the option to fully acquire the game and take over all game operations after the first anniversary of partnership with WhaleApp.

“We are very happy stepping into this partnership with Tilting Point in our ‘Hidden Hotel’ genre, and trust that they will prove our expectations and continue scaling ‘Hidden Hotel’ to even greater heights, while our publishing teams will be concentrating on new titles we are soft launching now,” says Ilya Turpiashvili, founder, WhaleApp.

Since its launch in 2019, “Hidden Hotel: Miami Mystery” has remained one of the Top Five grossing hidden-object games on the mobile market. The game has surpassed $40 million in gross revenue and 25 million downloads since its launch.

“WhaleApp has created an incredibly successful brain-stimulating title, and with this partnership, Tilting Point will power up ‘Hidden Hotel: Miami Mystery’ by scaling its presence on mobile charts through leveraging our live publishing offerings,” says Samir Agili, co-chief executive officer and president, Tilting Point.

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