Skill4Win is now renamed as SPL (Skills Premier League) Pro. This is an online gaming platform that gives Indian gamers a chance to win cash by playing real money games on the platform. The platform aims to provide a secure online gaming platform environment. However, they aim to do so while maintaining a thriving online gaming community where players from across the nation lock horns in healthy skill-based competitions. Because the company believes that its games help people grow in their life as well. This is because their games provide exercises to memory muscles which help in making better decisions, help in strategic thinking, analytical skills, and help predict the possible outcomes.
- Design colors
- User experience
- No realistic feel to the games
- Average game graphics
The app of SPL has a basic design that fulfills the purpose of showcasing the games. Also, there are only a handful of games that the platform has which allows the creators of the app to keep the layout simple. But, there is a good choice of colors used in the app.
A selected number of games to showcase allows the creators to offer a better layout since there isn’t much to showcase to the user. The app has a simple layout and there isn’t much to understand. The inability of the app to find an opponent even for the free version is really frustrating. The player can be kept waiting for ages and even then the result on finding an opponent could come out negative. The least that they could have done is to make the first-timer play against the computer to understand the game and to make the entire process shorter. This hampers the user journey and user interaction leading to a bad experience overall.
Even though the app has a very limited number of games, they fail to provide a realistic experience even for a single game. The games have average graphics. However, the purpose of the game seems to fail. The idea behind could have been stronger to create better games if they had to come up with only a handful of them.
SPL offers below-average returns on investment. The minimum that is expected out of such real money gaming apps is that the small amount of money that has been invested to play the game would ideally be doubled. However, that’s not the case here. The app has pennyworth of 1 Vs. 1 battles and offers small gratifications amount in return. The amount increases a little in the tournaments, however, the baseline remains the same that it is insufficient.
There is no thought behind the games and the app offers a bad experience in an attempt even for the first-timer to play the games. There is no bonus offered by the app to lure the player. The main product (game) is flawed that is wrapped in a decent looking user interface which only has to display a handful of games.