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ClickStream's Digital and Mobile Gaming Platform, WinQuik(TM), Successfully Completes Its Initial Beta Test

Friday, 14 August 2020 08:30

ClickStream Corporation

LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / August 14, 2020 / Clickstream Corp (OTC PINK:CLIS) announced that it has successfully completed its' initial beta test. The beta test, which featured questions from all the company's hosts, including NFL Network host and former NFL player Brian Baldinger, Fox Sports Amber Theoharis, NFL quarterback Joshua Dobbs, survival expert and retired US Army Green Beret Mykel Hawke, former ESPN host Howie Schwab, and celebrity chef Jordan Andino, was conducted on iOs and Android mobile platforms and was completed without incident.

ClickStream Corporation, Friday, August 14, 2020, Press release picture

ClickStream Corporation, Friday, August 14, 2020, Press release picture

Frank Magliochetti, CEO of Clickstream, enthuses, "We were very pleased with the results and now we can focus on the cosmetic touches we want to add prior to our formal launch next month."


ClickStream's business operations are focused on the development and implementation of WinQuikTM, a free to play synchronized mobile app and digital gaming platform. The platform is designed to enable WinQuikTM users to have fun, interact and compete against each other in order to win real money and prizes. WinQuikTM is currently in production with shows featuring Joshua Dobbs, Jordan Andino, Brian Baldinger, Howie Schwab, Amber Theoharis, and Mykel Hawke. Subject matter includes sports, sports movies, survival, food/culinary, the Bible and outer space. Game are set up dynamically with multiple non-live game shows throughout the day and once-a-day live game show. As a free-mium platform, ClickStream is in the process of monetizing the platform with corporate sponsors and advertisers. For more information please visit Clickstream's websites at or as well as on Twitter at @ClickstreamC and @WinQuikApp.


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Adam Handelsman
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SOURCE: ClickStream Corporation

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