The mobile strategy game League of Kingdoms will soon introduce a token-based play-to-earn economy, allowing players to earn tokens with their participation. League of Kingdoms will introduce the LOKA governance token and the in-game utility token SOD.
According to the developers over 25.000 players per day login to play League of Kingdoms. Right now gamers can acquire land, and earn resources. In addition the game itself relies heavily on resource gathering and conquering. With the introduction of LOKA and SOD the team will add stronger economic layers to the game. For now, they are only talking about LOKA.
LOKA stands for League of Kingdoms Arena. The end goal of this particular token is to fuel a player-owned governance system. LOKA holders get to propose, vote and stake for yield. In addition they will be able to use LOKA to buy or upgrade game NFTs. To make this possible, the team will introduce a new game NFT system in the near future.
What is League of Kingdoms?
League of Kingdoms is a multiplayer online strategy game for Android, iOS and PC. Players need to work together by making their alliance more powerful. Each players rules their own kingdom. In addition players are free to buy virtual land and generate passive income by developing that land.
The strategy game also has a play-to-earn mechanic. Gamers can gather resources, mint them to the blockchain and sell them for money. It’s a simple mechanic, available to every player without investing any money. However, in order to mint players do need to pay for the gas fees.
In the world of League of Kingdoms players need to gather resources and fight their opponents. There are special events that incentivizes conflict. For example, everybody wants to own a Shrine, which can be conquered during special events. The result is a war in which everybody is battling. Soldiers will perish, and players will need to acquire resources to improve or repair their army.