Blockchain Game Splinterlands Reveals Gamefi Platform Sold 10 Million Packs of Chaos Legion Series Cards – Blockchain Bitcoin News

On Wednesday, the team behind the blockchain game Splinterlands announced that it reached a new milestone after the project sold more than 10 million packs from the fantasy-themed battle game’s Chaos Legion series of cards. The achievement follows the project’s recent partnership with the Major League Soccer Players Association and Warner Music Group.

The Play-to Earn Game Splinterlands sells more than 10 million packs of NFT-playing cards

The play-to-earn (P2E) blockchain game Splinterlands has announced the project has sold more than 10 million packs stemming from the game’s third major card expansion series, Chaos Legion. Splinterlands leverages blockchain and cryptocurrencies to increase online collector card tournaments.

The Splinterlands cards or NFTs can be purchased and sold via secondary markets and in order to start playing, new users need to obtain a “Summoner’s Spellbook.” The Chaos Legion series cards went on sale eight months ago on January 17, 2022, and there were only 15,000,000 packs minted.

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The Splinterlands project says that the cards’ limited availability after the 10 million sold, marks the cards’ “homestretch” in terms of what’s left. Jesse Reich is the Splinterlands founder and CEO. He stated that the team was happy with the Chaos Legion sales success and added that the Splinterlands team looks forward to expanding.

“The successes are coming like a flood these days, and we are thrilled,” Reich remarked on Wednesday. “Our community is phenomenal and we are so grateful for their loyalty and enthusiasm, which is an ongoing inspiration to our team to keep co-creating this remarkable game with them. We can’t wait to expand more into the mainstream gaming industry and show the world what Web 3.0 is all about.”

Splinterlands, according to Data, is fourth largest gamefi title in terms of Monthly Subscribers

Splinterlands has partnered with Warner Music Group (WMG) to sell 10 million more packs.

“I don’t think we can underestimate how massive the opportunity around P2E gaming is,” Oana Ruxandra, the chief digital officer at WMG said at the end of February. “Our partnership with Splinterlands pulls focus to our artists and their music as we all work together to develop and maintain tokenized games.”

The Splinterlands Riftwatchers card series, which was released at the end September amid crypto winter and dive-bombed NFT sales, sold out in under two minutes. In 2022 Gamefi, which is the intersection of finance and gaming has been very popular as Axie Infinity games saw billions in sales.

Since its creation, Axie Marketplace sold $4.25 Billion to 2,163,241 sellers. Recent research shows Gameta has the most monthly subscribers of any gamefi project. Gameta still holds the top spot, Axie Infinity ranks fifth and Splinterlands fourth in monthly subscribers.

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