MEXICO CITY—Mexican train games are among the hottest games on mobile.
They’re fun, challenging and addictive.
Trainers can compete against friends and strangers, with the challenge of keeping the game’s speed, distance and scoring goals.
The game is now in more than a dozen countries, including Canada and the U.K., and there are more than 50 million trainers in the country, according to the trainer advocacy group Trainers for Health.
Trainees pay $5 for the game and compete in groups of 10 to earn cash prizes ranging from $100 to $2,500.
In Mexico, there are about 1.2 million trainers, with an average of 300,000 players each day.
Trainings are usually free to enter and require no prior knowledge of the game, according.
They vary in size from 50-square-foot classes to about 1,000 people.
The Mexican government allows free public transportation to trainers.
But it does require trainers to pay a minimum fee, which can run $25 to $50.
In some countries, there is no fee at all.
Here’s a look at some of the best games on the market: TOP TRACKER BUDGET The free-to-play games on offer at some trainers include trainers from the United States, Europe and Canada.
The most popular games are the first-person shooter Trainers of Fate, the soccer game Trainers Soccer, and the strategy game Super Trainers.
They can be played on smartphones or tablets.
There are also virtual reality games like Trainers VR.
Trainer VR, which is available in the U