A LPL-like Tournament in the GameFi Circle, Offering 500K USD in Total Prize: DracooMaster Champion Series 2022 Unveiled
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As a blockchain-based trading card game, DracooMaster is under the spotlight. The rich gameplay experience it brings to players has made it absolutely one of the most favored blockchain games on the market. Now to cater to players at more competitive levels, DracooMaster is announcing its first-time-ever world tournament, officially named Dracoo Champion Series 2022. According to reports, multiple prestigious universities across Europe, America, Oceania and Southeast Asia have professed their interest in competing in this tournament.
The Champion Series page on DracooMaster’s official website shows that the tournament has set up two channels for sign-up, one for individuals and one for teams. Sign-up will last until October. For now, sign-up for teams has already started. It has been confirmed that e-sports organizations from some of world’s most renowned universities, such as Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial College London and Shanghai Jiao Tong University, have signed up for the tournament.
As a GameFi project of a new era, DracooMaster has quickly managed to stand out among the ocean of card games. Many traditional GameFi projects claim to be “play to earn” games, when in fact they offer very little content in terms of “play”. Users might be able to earn, but there’s no so-called gaming experience at all. DracooMaster, however, is different. With its magnificent world setting, enthralling storyline, intense battle scenes, exquisite cards and fascinating skill effects, it had already captivated the gaming world even before it was released to the public.
The increasingly improved blockchain and cryptocurrency industry is a major factor that contributes to DracooMaster’s success. Through decentralization and NFTs, all the data and in-game items are owned by the players of DracooMaster. What’s more, the introduction of Dracoo token has resolved the conflict of interest between players and developers, and allow developers, communities and players to share the interest.
With the cryptocurrency market getting more publicity, more people are starting to see the opportunities brought by play-to-earn games. The skyrocketing popularity of DracooMaster is no accident; it is bound to happen as DracooMaster seized the opportunity at the cusp of the cryptocurrency wave and developed a user-oriented GameFi project.
Shortly after DracooMaster made the announcement on Twitter, e-sports organizations from prestigious universities around the world started to organize sign-up for the tournament, and dozens of e-sports KOLs started retweeting and commenting on the original tweet. A wave of “e-sports graffiti” swept many cities. In countries like the UK, Austria, Vietnam and Indonesia, warm-up contests were organized as a way to show support, especially the one held in the campus of Imperial College London by the University of Oxford, the University of Cambridge and Imperial College London—that one turned out to be an eye-catching event.
According to the information released by DracooMaster, the tournament adopts a professional and mature format in which a contestant needs to go through 4 successive rounds and win the final to be the champion. The most tempting part is probably the prize that the tournament has prepared for the contestants. Those who make it into the top 64 will be able to split the prize pool – more than 500,000 US dollars of cash, as well as tons of rare designer commodities from DracooMaster. No wonder someone commented on the tweet, “This is definitely gonna be the most exciting e-sports competition in 2022”. Being the first e-sports tournament centering on a metaverse game and offering such abundant rewards, how is it not worth all the attention?
Another thing about the tournament worth mentioning is the mascot. It is designed by Ryo Taniguchi, the famous Japanese designer and creator of the mascots of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. This dreamlike collaboration certainly serves as an indication of how much DracooMaster values this tournament. “Working with Mr. Taniguchi has been a phenomenal experience. He is undoubtedly among the best designers in the world.” said Zach Loy, BD director of DracooMaster. “This tournament could be the start of a new age for us, and for the metaverse industry as well, so we make sure that our players see the best of it.” This tournament might be able to provide some perspectives for insiders on the new direction in which the e-sports industry develops in the long run.
The Dracoo Champion Series 2022 is now open for sign-ups. Those who are interested can check out DracooMaster’s official website: https://bit.ly/3RbehsH, click on the “Champion Series” tab and submit sign-up applications. Invitation letters will be sent out to applicants once the event goes public.
The fanfares of DracooMaster’s “Fight till the End” have been blared. The combination of e-sports and metaverse will sure bring a new age to the gaming world.