Pearl’s Peril Film Types Of Women Friends by HeyHuman London

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Industry Video Games/Consoles
Media Film
Market United States
Agency HeyHuman London
Executive Creative Director Shnoosee Bailey
Creative Director Carole Davids
Released December 2017

Credits & Description

Category: Gaming
Media: Film
Brand: Wooga
Agency: Hey Human
Executive Creative Director: Shnoosee Bailey
Creative Director: Carole Davids
Managing Partner: Neil Davidson
Planning Director: Jossy Pilgrim
Account Director: Peter Kaminski
Integrated Producer: Andrew Thorne
Talent: Deva Dalporto
Published: January 2018
Integrated marketing agency, HeyHuman, has kick started an influencer and social media initiative to support Wooga’s hit game, Pearl’s Peril, in the US.
The ‘Are you a friend of Pearl?’ campaign will take Pearl’s Peril beyond its traditional audience of women aged 45 plus to a younger demographic, which research revealed as an untapped opportunity.
HeyHuman will also grow Pearl Peril’s social media following, with the aim of delivering increased downloads of the game. It will do this via an influencer and brand awareness campaign with award-winning mummy blogger, Deva Dalporto, the creator of MyLifeSuckers.
The campaign comprises a hero film, a series of supporting short films and a collection of still portraits, which will be pushed out through Deva’s and Wooga’s social media channels.
‘Are you a friend of Pearl?’ looks at the types of friends women have to meet their different needs. The films and stills show Deva in the midst of every day dramas and the benefits of taking a mental break by indulging in some ‘me time’ with Pearl.
David Nixon, VP publishing at Wooga, said: “HeyHuman brings invaluable insight into player behaviour and the audiences we should be targeting. The Pearl’s Peril campaign will branch out beyond our traditional 45+ audience and engage new consumers to drive increased game installs and grow our social community.”
Neil Davidson, managing director of HeyHuman, said: “Catering to only one obvious demographic can be a missed opportunity for brands. Our intuitive brain-friendly approach has helped us identify the personality types Wooga should be targeting, enabling the developer to seize an overlooked part of the market.”
HeyHuman was appointed by Wooga in August this year following a four-way competitive pitch. The agency recently supported the brand in the launch of its new murder mystery game, June’s Journey.