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Mokens League introduces NFT-based ‘play to win’ eSports platform


Monster League Studios, the creators of the gaming platform Mokens League, announced the debut of a “play to win” NFT-based gaming platform in a news release.

The Mokens League games bridge the gap between esports and non-traditional sports. They include soccer, basketball, tennis, hockey, and beach volleyball, and they all operate in a sustainable “play to win” context, focusing on quality, gameplay, skill, and, most importantly, enjoyment, as opposed to the solely time-based incentive structure of most P2E games.

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Both novices and experts may earn Mokens League in-game currency by playing in and winning games, leagues, and tournaments. They may use this money to buy NFTs, which they can then trade, lend, or sell on the Mokens League marketplace.

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It may also be used to improve NFTs, buy consumables, and influence the Mokens League metaverse in the future.
The NFTs from the Mokens League are one-of-a-kind and manufactured at random. Players may enhance them in order to improve their performance and hence increase their market value.

Mokens League was founded by Martin Repetto and Maximo Radice, two industry pioneers with decades of experience in creating successful gaming organizations while pioneering transactional business models and user-generated content from the bottom up. Among these are Atmosphir, a game development tool, and Voxelus, a pioneer in crypto gaming.

About Nicolle

She is an Indian Freelance writer. She loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things Web3.

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