Animoca Brands has launched the TOWER Cup tournament for the play-to-earn racing game REVV Racing, and gamers can win $150,000 in prizes. The 1,000 fasters drivers will share $100,000 in REVV tokens and $50,000 in TOWER tokens, in addition every player gets Crazy Defense Heroes gems simply for participating.
The latest REVV Racing tournament is now live, and it will end on Thursday, September 9th. To participate, gamers need one racing car NFT that was issued before this Friday. Every players gets 20 free tries to drive as fast as possible over 3 laps, after which there will be a 5 REVV fee for every extra try.
The winner of the REVV Racing TOWER Cup will go home with $12,000 in prize money, while the number 1,000 gets $59. The numbers one, two and three of the competition will also receive a REVV Motorsport NFT Trophy in celebration of their performance.
Currently there are more than 24 thousand race cars on the market. You can find the cheapest ones on OpenSea for 0,0078 ETH, or $30.
What’s REVV Racing?
REVV Racing is a browser-based racing game developed by Animoca Brands, who are also the company behind a variety of racing games. The game plays very nicely, especially considering that it runs in a browser. It has the graphics and feel of an arcade or console game, with plenty of opportunities for skids, drifts, and wipeouts. There is only one race course available at the moment but plenty of competition for the top ranks.
The REVV Motorsport ecosystem is a series on blockchain-based racing games published by Animoca Brands. These games all use the native REVV token, which they can earn through gameplay participation. They can then use the token to purchase NFTs for the games or pay entry fees for the races. REVV Racing uses REVV as a reward, but players also need to use to token to buy additional tries in their road to success.
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