Amidst a whirlwind of accusations, Kabam is facing a "make-me or break-me" stage of its growth.
Long story short, KoC caught on like wildfire in the Facebook community (as the producers had ingeniously intended). An initial consequence of this so-coined "gamer influx" is the necessity to draw in financial support to buttress the overhead costs associated with operations. Plain & simple: GAMES NEED MONEY TO RUN & more importantly, to be continuously maintained, to be constantly staffed by support specialists, & the list goes on- rent, game developers, licensing, legal fees, etc. Unfortunately, these marketing dollars are not enough, singly, to carry the weight burdened by Kabam's finances.
So, as logic follows, the gamer his/herself becomes the next so-called "target" of the "financial predators". Pause. Allow me to shed some light by proposing this intellectual quandary: "Would you spend all of your money on giving complete strangers a free game to play for life?".
Kabam has selflessly delivered what I can honestly attest is THE BEST interactive, online war-game ever created. After blindly accepting this app (coming from a die-hard gamer in the art of Call of Duty, Modern Warfare & the like), I had no earthly idea of what was in store for me. Credit where credit is due: KoC has blessed me with lifelong friends by allotting the world this unique experience- an experience that not only fosters intimate senses of kinship, but fuels with equal fervor the desire to virtually "end the lives" of your enemies. Undoubtedly, KoC transcends the stereotypical & historically plaguing boundaries posed by virtual game play.
Now, for the denouement.
I am forced to conclude my brief as I am bordering verbosity. The point I am stressing, in layman's terms, is that Kabam needs our support too. By purchasing gems & by contributing through participation, Kabam will set sail to face all odds favorably, ensuring our continued access & our complete satisfaction with the quality of their service. Kabam has an impeccable service record. You bought an item. It disappears. They replace it. You have a technical issue. You write them. Its addressed & solved. You buy gems. You get bonuses that increase player strengths/status as a result. You consequently kick more ---. You may, in fact, get bonus gems for buying gems in the first place or even free gems when you never bought any at all and not to mention, you can get gems for going to advertisers pages and selecting free offers, only to find out, to your astonishment upon login, that you just won more gems in a domain-wide "give-a-way" which total more than your initial gem expense that in reality cost you nothing! Keeping it real, some offers are really cheap & cost near to nothing, also well worth the gem-dollar exchange ratio.
*The preceding run-on was sentence was used in order to emphasize the incoherent & blatantly uninformed mentality of the disgruntled masses.
Reality check. Nothing in life is free.