This is no game!
Incent has partnered with Gfinity Esports Australia to build the world’s first live broadcasting rewards platform powered by cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, now poised to disrupt the world of online gaming.
In case you’ve been asleep for some time, esports is a global phenomenon which can see live crowds in the tens of thousands (yes that’s a thing), and millions more tuning in online to watch the world’s best gamers battle it out for prestige, professional prize money and even national pride.
Now, anyone tuning in to the Gfinity Elite Series Season 2 presented by Alienware live, can receive instant INCNT rewards, which grow the more time you spend watching and engaging with the broadcasts. Details as to how to earn these crypto rewards will be released prior to the broadcast of the first match on November 3rd.
We don’t need to tell you this is hugely exciting for all of us.
Not only is it the culmination of two years’ hard work developing a truly scalable, world-class digital currency platform that is simple, flexible and secure to use, but it’s also just rewards for all those who have supported us along the way.
We’ll now be putting more crypto into the hands of tens of thousands of new users as a result of this one partnership alone, while potentially exposing us to hundreds of thousands more moving forward.
And I have to say Gfinity Esports Australia has been just awesome as we’ve worked together on this important new initiative. There have been challenges, highs and lows along the way, but we got there in the end, nailing down by far our most important commercial partnership to date.
And for Gfinity Esports Australia, as its CEO Dominic Remond observes, this deal will take the company, and with it the whole esports industry on an entirely new journey.
“Esports and blockchain are a natural fit and we look forward to working with Incent at the vanguard of this exciting new trend in entertainment and sport, where fans and players will be able to interact and share value in an entirely new way.”
Watch this space.
Rob Wilson, Incent CEO
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