Bitcoin Press Release: Blockchain platform BINGO has launched QTUM Heroes, an online arena game designed to support cryptocurrency payments, in Beta. The unique game was developed by leading game studio Mob Arts in collaboration with the QTUM blockchain.
May 12th, 2018 – Singapore – The BINGO.FUN (777.BINGO) pan-entertainment platform’s first venture into crypto-gaming has flocks of gamers begging to be let in on the fun. QTUM Heroes has entered beta, and a few lucky pioneers received invitation codes to test it after the announced registration process. Now, fans of similar cryptogames, like EtherBots and CryptoKitties, are scouring the web in search of access codes.
The game is available to players from East and West, playable in four languages: English, simplified Chinese, Korean, and Japanese. All that is needed to register or login is a valid mobile number with a corresponding country code. Players can also participate in the QTUM Heroes global community on Telegram, WeChat, and Kakao.
Every Hero character on QTUM Heroes is composed of eight specific genes. These affect variables from gender to whether they have a cute or cool face. Some genes are rarer than others and will add value to your Hero character. Rare genes are more likely to belong to Generation 0 Heroes.
Baby Heroes can be bred from owned Heroes for the price of 1.00 QTUM and they will grow into a full blown Hero five minutes later. Mating is also possible between two owned Heroes, or by visiting the Love Center to mate a Hero with another. Heroes are originally purchased at the Marketplace to the suit of each player’s budget.
There are two kinds of player-versus-player modes in QTUM Heroes. 1V1 mode: Players can find an adversary online and challenge them to a one on one battle to prove who owns the strongest Hero. Every account has access to 10 daily matches for free. 8V8 mode: Players choose their strongest Hero and join an eight-player battle arena for the price of 0.1 QTUM. Each match lasts 10 minutes and the top three winners receive 0.3 QTUM, 0.2 QTUM, and 0.1 QTUM, respectively, leaving third-place at a break-even point. The remaining players will receive a small 0.04 QTUM return.
At the arena, players can also tip waiters to carve trophies on their Hero’s profile. These trophies add to their value in the Marketplace and Love Center.
Some of the first players to join the beta for the game are already reporting massive increases in the value of their…