Project SEED to Every Gamer: We also have E-Sports!
Project SEED is proud to say that we will have our own esports program starting from online leaderboards to global scale tournaments in the future for players to compete.
The world has shared a prize pool of $500M+ over the last few years in esports. In particular, as we’re reaching the final months of 2021, the total prize money for esports tournaments is more than $72 million, according to EsportsEarnings. Despite the global pandemic, esports tournaments continue to grow as it has been in the past few decades. Aiming to reach up to 250 million fans all over the world across multiple games, Project SEED esports program is expected to offer gamers the best in a variety of games from our top-down blockchain ecosystem.
Esport Team Partnership
Online game development in the digital era leads to a tremendous growth of esports over the years. It has become a booming global industry that emerges in the same way that traditional sports do: skilled gamers play competitively against each other, just like basketball or football players participate in their sport competitions.
This presents a great opportunity for game developers to be involved, getting the drift of an passionate and engaging audience. Many esport teams have also grown very significantly from time to time, so we are seeking to tap into the potential of esports development to diversify the Project SEED ecosystem.
By partnering with an esport team, we believe it will accelerate mass adoptions of the seed project to professional and casual gamers outside the crypto industry.
Besides collaborating with esport teams, we also organize esports tournament events. It aims to support and introduce the Project SEED gaming universe, one of which is Outland Odyssey, to a wide range of gamers.
These events will give more exposure to Project SEED and our first title Outland Odyssey and more games in our ecosystem to the general public, as people watch it on-site or stream it online.
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