• Yield Guild Games launched try-outs to discover new talents in Thetan Arena.
  • Over the next weeks, matches will be conducted every Tuesday.
  • The winning team will receive $1,000 in YGG tokens and will represent the guild at the official Thetan Arena tournament.

Yield Guild Games (YGG), a P2E guild that brings players to earn via NFT, announced that they are launching try-outs to discover top tier talent in Thetan Arena community.

Thetan Arena is a free-to-play blockchain-based MOBA P2E game, where players can play with a team or solo to earn Thetan Coin ($THC). Users can earn through Android or iOS mobile phones and PCs. According to its website, there are over 23.9 million unique players already signed up.

YGG will be conducting a series of try-outs between aspiring competitors on the YGG discord over the coming weeks. It will be broadcasted live over the guild’s network every Tuesday hosted by N0ACLs of YGG.

Two teams will be scheduled every week to go toe-to-toe in a best-of-7 match that follows the official Thetan Arena Competitive ruleset.

The Thetan Arena esports match up launched yesterday, May 17, according to the tweet from YGG. The team of SylGamingNFT, YGG’s Lead Game Ambassador, is up against the team of Bokunogatari.

The weekly winners will receive 1 point. The top two teams with the highest point will be competing for the championship at the end of the try-outs season.

The winning team will take away the total prize pool of $1,000 worth of YGG tokens. In addition, the champion will have the chance to represent YGG in the official Thetan Arena tournament. Participants can sign up by filling out the form posted by the guild. 

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