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The game's simple, but effective use of the platform's regular navigation functions allowed users to guide pro-skateboarder Denny Pham through a range of obstacles by tapping on their screen, collecting as many Coke coins as possible to be in with a chance to win one of five pro-skateboards.
Within the first three days, 240,000 users had played the Snapchat game, generating 7.5 million views. And of those keen young users, 76 percent completed the game, equalling a total of over 8,000 hours spent with the Coke brand on a platform where every second counts. As the go-to medium for the digital generation, Snapchat is key for
Felix Picker, content manager and social media, Western Europe, says: "With SnapSkate, we were taking an innovative approach to capture the full potential of Snapchat for our brand. We wanted to offer our young consumers a great brand experience on one of their most popular social platforms."
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