The gaming outsourcing studio Kevuru Games has started cooperation with BNP Paribas Cardif, an international insurance company that is part of the BNP Paribas Group, on a new gamification project. The essence of the project is to educate Cardif Lab clients and employees on new insurance products. Cardif Lab is an innovative system designed to digitalize and simplify the insurance procedure.
A player who is a potential client or insurance agent of a bank must, while playing the game, live several lives for different people. Each such play life consists of a series of questions about the key decisions the person makes and their impact on his or her life. The gaming life is full of various events, which are far from always pleasant, as in reality, and the main task here is not just to be able to stay afloat, but also to enjoy life, to live joyfully and happily.
About BNP Paribas Cardif
BNP Paribas Cardif is the world leader in banking and borrower insurance. As part of the BNP Paribas Group, BNP Paribas Cardif plays an important role in the lives of its clients by providing insurance solutions that enable clients to achieve their goals while protecting themselves from unforeseen events. The company’s unique business model lies in partnership: it creates modern insurance solutions together with financial consultants, brokers and more than 500 partners who are distributors of products for their clients in various sectors, including banks, financial institutions, companies in the automotive sector, retail chains, telecommunications companies, energy companies, etc.
BNP Paribas Cardif has a presence in 33 countries, strong positions in the regions of Europe, Asia and Latin America and almost 8000 employees worldwide.
About Kevuru Games
Kevuru Games is the leading outsourcing game art and development studio in Eastern Europe. It offers a full cycle of game development from scratch, as well as separate game services: 2D/3D art and animation, game design, interface design, sound design, Unity and Unreal programming, testing, and also porting – transferring the game to other engines or platforms. Last year, the studio launched a gamification service – adding a gaming element to the non-gaming environment to increase player and customer engagement, better inform them about the product and teach them its necessary features.
Kevuru Games works with clients from 50+ countries, including such giants as EA, Epic Games, and Lucasfilm, has more than 300 employees in 10 countries, 60% of which are senior professionals, and boasts a 3-year average partnership with 70 % repeat business.
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