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Xaya is busy working on a redesign for their blockchain-powered football management game Soccer Manager Elite. A new interface needs to make the game suitable across a variety of devices, ranging from a PC client to web interfaces, mobile phones and tablets. Xaya didn’t mention a date, but said that it’s ‘coming very soon’.
In Soccer Manager Elite players can become either a manager, a club owner or a player agent. Club owners need to purchase a shares into a club, and they will also profit from the club’s in-game success. However, they need to hire a manager who’s able to push the club to the top of the league. This manager earns a salary, and can also be fired. As a player agent you need to make your players as successful as possible, by bringing them to the right clubs.
Overall, it looks like this will make Soccer Manager Elite not only a competitive, but also a very social game experience. The entire game runs on the Xaya blockchain, making the game’s rules provably fair. Even though the Xaya blockchain uses the CHI token for its native currency, Soccer Manager Elite will introduce SMC.
What is Soccer Manager Elite?
Soccer Manager Elite is running on the Xaya blockchain, which is fast and cheap to use. However, literally the entire is game is running on the blockchain. This makes sure that nobody can cheat as every move and transaction is verified by the blockchain.
You are not a player in this game, but either a shareholder in a club, a team manager or a player agent. Managers become more wanted as they book success, while players agents will make more money when their players transfer to a big club. At the same time shareholders will want long term success for their club, giving everybody the incentive to acquire bring the best of the best together.
You buy and sell players in the transfer market and negotiate with other managers. League matches happen twice per week and cup matches once. These matches are against other managers. And yes, every club is a decentralized autonomous organization. In addition the game has its own built-in decentralized exchange, and the money system is basically decentralized finance.
As a shareholder you can buy and sell shares in any club. Therefore you have voting rights on how to run the club, such as hiring and firing the manager. As a manager you need the backing of the club’s shareholders. You can do this for example by buying the right players, making profits and success on the pitch. This will all help to increase the value of a club and in turn reward the shareholders.
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