• Splinterlands smashes one billion battles
  • Splinterlands sold almost 7 million packs of gaming cards

NFT based hive blockchain play-to-earn (P2E) game Splinterlands has announced that it has exceeded its one billion battles.

Splinterlands CEO & Co-Founder Jesse Reich said,

I can’t help but be ecstatic. This is a historic moment in gaming history and I’m so proud that Splinterlands is trailblazing in play to earn.

The launch of the latest monster pack — Chaos Legion is a factor to be considered in the surge of gamers playing the blockchain game. At the time of writing, Splinterlands has already sold almost 7 million packs of cards. These cards can be sold, traded and even rented by other players that wish to use the cards for a specific time.

The blockchain technology that integrates into the system of Splinterlands enables gamers to experience a full transparency feature. In this way, players and gamers can fully enjoy playing the Splinterlands without the fear of losing their assets and accounts. 

On the other hand, Splinterlands has recently announced its collaboration with Terablock Bridge. This partnership is expected to support players from transferring their tokens to different blockchains.

In other news, Heroes of Mavia officially announces the closing success of its current seed funding amounting to $5.5 million. In detail, the event was organized to gather funds to enhance the game and attract talent to its growing community.

The event attracted many well established venture capital firms that have interest in the blockchain gaming industry. These firms include, Binance Labs, Genblock Capital, Yield Guild Games (YGG), Delphi Digital, Animoca Brands, Hashkey Capital, and ExNetwork to  name a few.

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