The marketplace GamerToken has announced its partnership with Tempo Storm, a large American esports team and media company.
GamerToken is set to integrate with Tempo Storm's upcoming trading card game 'The Bazaar', a deckbuilding game set in an "Intergalactic marketplace" and built on a free-to-play model in which several classes can be played using all available published cards.
The game is planned to be available to players for early access in March 2019.
The Bazaar is set to offer unique hero "Skins" - the appearance of characters, weapons, or any object a gamer is playing with - and game board items through the GamerToken marketplace by using Ethereum's ERC-721 non-fungible token protocol.
The GamerToken team has identified key ways to utilize tokens: buying verifiable 'celebrity' skins of gaming legends and esports professionals, connecting to the gaming legacy through collecting rare skins, building status by completing skin-sets and displaying rare designs, or taking advantage of the 'Item rental feature' to loan items temporarily to fellow players.
Their team's white paper outlines how this marketplace will incentivize gamers who can receive digital asset rewards for their efforts in their favorite games.
In their own words, GamerToken defines their competitive advantage by helping established game companies "Move into the blockchain world, not the other way around." They describe themselves as being made up of gaming industry veterans and that games are "Part of their DNA.".
Jens Knauber is the CEO and founder of The Laurel Foundry Ltd. - GamerToken's parent company - based in Malta and has over a decade of experience in the gaming industry.
The rest of the team boasts a diverse range of skills and expertise in both gaming and cryptocurrency.
The team intends to bring in new developers, publishers and game integrations for the Q4 period.
Gaming Marketplace for Unique In-Game Items Partners With Esports Team Tempo Storm
Publié le Jul 23, 2018
by Cointele | Publié le Coinage
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