Crypto Esports Platform Chain Games Sees 400% User Growth

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Chain Games recently announced to integrate Fortnite

In the past 7 days, Chain Games has seen a lot more activity on its esports platform, as the user count increased 467% to 210 active wallets. At the same time, the number of transactions also bumped up 419% to more than 4.840 according to data from DappRadar.

In the past 30 days, the gaming platform had 295 active players, responsible for more than 7.000 transactions. However, the majority happened in the past 7 days. Clearly highlighting the increase of interest Chain Games is seeing.

In August 2020 the developers launched their platform together with the native CHAIN token. Gamers use the token to compete in matches, and therefore it also serves as a reward. CHAIN launched at less than $0.01 and is now worth $0.68, down 13.7% in the past 24 hours.

Fortnite created some buzz

The popularity of the online battle royale shooter Fortnite is undisputed. At any given moment more than 5 million gamers around the globe are playing the game. Fortnite has become a social platform as well, hosting concerts or organizing other social events. Chain Games will integrate Fortnite in its platform, allowing PC gamers to wager CHAIN on the battlefield with some friends. 

Chain Games is best seen as a layer on top of existing games. This extra layer determines that players need to pay CHAIN to enter certain servers. They already offered support for Call of Duty Warfare, while they will also add Madden NFL, FIFA, and Counter-Strike. 

It’s important to note that Chain Games is not a gambling platform. Players need to be good to win a game and take the CHAIN tokens home. Without skills, they will lose their matches, and therefore their money. 

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