Play to Earn is happy to announce that Splinterlands will be at the Play to Earn Game Festival. The trading card game works on the Hive blockchain, but has been expanding its market through blockchain interoperability. To learn more about Splinterlands, visit the Play to Earn Game Festival starting from Monday March 22nd.
Splinterlands has been one of the most popular blockchain games for a long time. That’s not without a reason. Now they are developing a major update, which will introduce virtual land, resources and the creation of spells and potions. This could be one of the most exciting years for Splinterlands to date.
“With Splinterlands we have a behemoth amongst us, and it’s an honor to once again welcome them to the Play to Earn Game Festival. Their deep tactical gameplay and play-to-earn mechanics already have thousands of gamers excited, and I can’t wait to see what the future will bring for them. There’s no better time to learn about Splinterlands then now”, said Robert Hoogendoorn, founder of Play to Earn.
“Things are awesome in the Splinterlands. After we just completed our Wax integration we’ve seen a surge of new players. We’ve recently had a fantastic DYGYCON event and are rolling out a new feature in the game called Guild Brawls. What’s not to love?”, said Dr. Jesse “aggroed” Reich, CEO of Splinterlands.
The Play to Earn Game Festival is a celebration of blockchain gaming and play-to-earn in particular. Gamers can visit the event freely from any web browser on desktop, mobile and VR devices. It’s the perfect way to discover new games and learn more about NFTs and play-to-earn gaming.
About Play to Earn Game Festival
The Play to Earn Game Festival: 2nd Edition, powered by Gala Games, takes place from March 22nd to March 28th at a virtual location inside Cryptovoxels.
When? Monday March 22nd – Sunday March 28th
Where? Here inside Cryptovoxels
What? Celebration of blockchain gaming, NFTs and play-to-earn
Devices? Browser on desktop, mobile devices and VR headsets
Entrance fee? Nope. Free!
Dress code? Not really, maybe next time