BINGO, a Singapore-based entertainment company just launched a game called QTUM Heroes.
It’s the company’s first cryptocurrency-based game. It’s n online arena game developed by MobArts in collaboration with QTUM, which is a Singapore-based blockchain that combines smart contract tech with Bitcoin. MobArts is BINGO’s own game studio. They plan to be leaders in the blockchain gaming space.
QTUM Heroes is different from other games like CryptoKitties with dynamic player interaction in PvP modes and they’re rewarded with crypto payments instead of virtual nonvalue points.
Players choose a specified hero and pay a small fee to enter the game. Then they fight other players with unusual weapons in an online multiplayer arena- also called a MOBA. Popular MOBA games currently include League of Legends and DotA 2. Players will battle it out for a championship trophy which will increase the stats of their hero and make them more powerful and a cryptocurrency reward.
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