Struggling to create internal buy-in for working with gamers?
Worried about gaming impacting your brand perception?
Failing to build a real community of gamers?
Looking to demonstrate real ROI with gaming campaigns?
Unsure about the right time to tap into gaming audiences?
Here’s how our clients have approached us:
We divide our engagement into four basic stages, modeled after popular structures of role-playing games – gather, build, position, action. During the Gather phase, we do a holistic review of your organization divided into an internal and external components. During the Build Phase, we put the research into our Levels of Play framework which includes an internal and external assessment.
The Position phase features our original framework that turns your qualities into actionable descriptions of why games matter to your organization and outlines potential gaps in the market that you can fill a channel assessment of your marketing, audience, and organization readiness.
During the Act phase, we put together your plan of attack. You’ll get a gameplan for what to do next, a media plan that will make recommendations on the right channels for you, and a creative brief that you can use to take to the next level
Featured Client: SoundCloud
Consulting + Support
Got an amazing agency partner who just doesn’t know gaming? Is your internal creative team exited to jump into gaming but needs the right guide?
After our gather, build, position, and action framework, we’ll work closely with your creative partner, internal or external, to shape an authentic voice for reaching gamers.
Services include: general strategic direction and key messaging, guidance on partnerships, reviewing client documentation and playbook, pre-production consultation and planning, and education and ongoing research.
Featured Client: Google
Consulting and SupportGoogle Play
Introducing Google’s Voice in the World of Games
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“Twofivesix understands games, play, and culture better than anyone, and they’re excellent at building a community around that intersection. Partnering with them leveled up our work.”
-Justin Kazmark, VP, Communications, at Kickstarter
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