E-gaming is one of the most exhilarating real-life like experiences in the day-to-day life of a person. PUBG (PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds) is undoubtedly the best multiplayer online games of recent times. It is more than 100+ million downloads alone on Android phones.
The South Korean developing team, Fortnight has entered into a partnership with US-based Refereum cryptocurrency start-up in a gaming incentive program. Players will be rewards in Refereum tokens for completing milestones in the game and also streaming through Refereum’s channel on Twitch and Mixer.
We’ve partnered with none other than @PUBG! For the first time, you can earn REAL rewards for your in-game achievements! https://t.co/fO15jaRBdS #gaming #refereum #blockchain pic.twitter.com/MExmi8ZlvW
— Refereum (@Refereum) July 24, 2019
Refereum CEO, Dylan Jones, told the media,
“PUBG has granted Refereum special access to the PUBG login system, and we’ve tightly integrated our quest technology into the game through access to their production API,”
The price of RFR tokens at 17: 15 hours UTC on 25th July 2019 is $0.001625. The firm plans to give away $5000 through the program.
If you’ve earned enough to vault to the top by the end of the campaign, you’ll receive splendid rewards including keys for in-game content
This is a rather small break-through in terms of monetary value. However, Blockchain gaming and NFT-tokens are one of the most robust platforms to revolutionize online gaming. The integration of cryptocurrencies in one of the largest online multiplayer is the indicator of that.
Refereum tokens (RFR) can be traded on popular cryptocurrency exchanges like Bittrex and Okex. The token is ranked 387th on CoinMarketCap.
Refereum is a platform that seeks to monetize the passion for gaming. It allows players to earn rewards in RFR tokens by achieving milestones and generates value by streaming excellent gameplay online.
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