• Undead Blocks September Tournaments Series and Survivor Streamer Program

    Undead Blocks, the kill-to-earn zombie survival game, has announced a new series of tournaments for September with a massive prize pool of $50K. The tournaments will be held each weekend starting on September 2 allowing players to earn Gold ZBUX tokens throughout the tournaments. The one-month tournament series is sponsored by 5 different Web3 organizations, […]
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  • Get Ready for the MetaOps X Fractal Tournament

    It looks like the play-to-earn tournament season is not over, and that means more prizes for the most skilled players! MetaOps, the Solana-based FPS has partnered with the Fractal launchpad to launch their first tournament. The tournament starts on August 29 at 10 am PT and will last for 36 hours. The tournament is open […]
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  • Fractal Introduces The Streamers Program

    On a quest to amass more play-to-earn enthusiasts, Fractal is introducing their official Streamers program. Participants can earn free NFTs and exposure to alpha stage games in exchange for promoting Fractal on their streams. Fractal has always placed a strong emphasis on streaming, and all of their most recent tournaments have been streamed on Twitch, […]
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  • Undead Blocks’ First Tournament Starts July 8 With a $20,000 Prize Pool

    Wagyu Games, the creator of the play-to-earn zombie survival game Undead Blocks, has announced its first official tournament, Pistol Speedrun, which will take place from July 8 to 10. The game’s open beta version was launched in May and the community’s feedback is pretty good so far. The Pistol Speedrun Tournament will have a prize […]
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  • Introducing Arenum, the DeFi Platform Betting on Mobile Gaming Tournaments

    Arenum is a DeFi platform focused on mobile gaming tournaments. The team hosted 4 IDO events on SolRazr, Trustpad, Occam, and Infinite Launch. The platform is running on the Solana Blockchain.  After a successful set of IDOs and private funding above $1m, Arenum proved there’s a gap in the market for a Solana-powered platform for […]
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  • Spider Tanks Free-to-Play Beta and May Mayhem

    Spider Tanks, the multiplayer, online, battle arena (MOBA) that features two teams of five players fighting for glory and chickens. Previous builds required that players own an NFT tank part, but the latest releases open the doors to any and all players, free of charge! Play-to-earn options should be added to the game soon, but […]
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  • Yesports Set To Launch Esports into Web 3.0

    Yesports is the world’s largest web3 esports engagement platform set to launch esports into web3, deepening fan to team interaction. Yesports aims to achieve its goal through Utility NFTs, an esport-focused Marketplace, NFT Access Cards, a Metaverse, and a complete environment for esports fans to engage with their favourite teams. Through the NFT Access Cards, […]
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  • Zebedee Launched Desktop Wallet for Bitcoin Gaming

    Gamers that want to stack sats and earn bitcoin while playing games, can now use the desktop wallet from Zebedee. This way bitcoin-earning gamers no longer rely solely on the smartphone wallet by the same company. The browser-extension is available for Chrome and Firefox. Zebedee is a company that combines gaming with bitcoin transactions. For […]
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  • Infuse Now Allows CS:GO Teams to Win Bitcoin

    After introducing a free-for-all server earlier this year, Infuse now allows gamers to play Counter-Strike in teams with bitcoin for the winners. The plugin by Zebedee lets players compete in 5v5 and 3v3 plant-the-bomb games with a best of 30 rounds. It’s the first time that gamers can compete in Counter-Strike teams for prizes paid […]
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  • Esports Gaming Platforms Turning Skills into Crypto Profits

    Playing competitive esports games and earning crypto is quite accessible nowadays. However, traditionally esports, playing games for a living, is only available to the very best. Everybody else just plays games online, competitively or not. When a professional gamer wins a tournament, they often need to wait before they receive their prize money. Esports gaming […]
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