Kronoverse, the creator of CryptoFights, announces its partnership with ESL to forge new paths in esports industry.
Within the last six years, blockchain esports gaming product CryptoFights ran two rounds of closed beta testing. Many improvements were made to provide players with an even better gaming experience.
Following this and Kronoverse’s growing presence in the iGaming industry, the maker landed a partnership deal with ESL, the world’s biggest esports company. The tie-up between the two companies is aimed at developing and scaling the entire Kronoverse gaming platform and increasing the CryptoFights user base.
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Adam Kling, the CEO and Founder of Kronoverse, said:
“ESL knows what it takes to succeed in the ever-growing esports industry as the oldest and most successful esports company in the world. We’re confident our partnership with ESL will enable us to fully develop the Kronoverse platform. This includes everything from attracting more indie game developers to solving problems in competitive gaming such as cheating.”
Subsequent to the partnership, new arenas will be introduced in CryptoFights. As players gain more experience points and win more battles, they get closer to unlocking new worlds, including the Ice Ring which is exclusive among Tier IV fighters.
The feedback dropped by the players in the Kronoverse community forum was also key to recent developments in the CryptoFights gameplay. The tutorial system has just been improved with the inclusion of Bram the Brave. This character will guide members, especially the beginners, as they navigate CryptoFights and test the waters of the game, much like trying out a new online casino game.
In addition, the new CryptoFights website has just gone live. It contains further info that will help the fighters go about their quest for higher tiers. Resources can be easily found here, including the Kronoverse forum, news, and Marketplace info.