Crypto Unicorns Announces New Clan Leaderboard Event
The new Clan Leaderboard event is comprised of a weekly elimination format and has teams complete various tasks in the Crypto Unicorns ecosystem in order to gain points. Each clan must have a leader and at least 10 members, with leaders able to register until August 15th, after which members will have until August 22nd to sign up for a clan, with the first season of the event set to start on August 25th.
Developer Laguna Games has announced the launch of a new Clan Leaderboard event for Crypto Unicorns.
Through this event, clans will try to climb the leaderboard by doing various activities in the ecosystem, thus giving everyone a chance to have their part in earning points for their team. Some of the event tasks that let players earn points include breeding, winning tournaments, crafting items, winning a UniShoes match of Bumpercorns, and more. There will be weekly eliminations, with this first version of the event set to last for a bit more than 1 month. If the event turns out successful, then leaderboards will be continuously hosted and last for 3 months. A total of 4 elimination rounds will be present, with the first round lowering the number of clans to the top 30. Clans are awarded $RBW for each member when eliminated, with the top 10 clans getting badges, Unicorns, and Land. Individual rewards in $RBW for the top 14 players will be available as well.
Aside from having a Clan Leader, every team must have at least 10 members in order to be eligible for participation, with this first season of the event having clans capped at 35 wallet addresses.
In order to take part in this event, interested clan leaders have until August 15th to sign up through a Discord form found in a thread under the #events-bulletin channel of the ecosystem’s official server. Once this registration period is over, the game’s team will collect the list of clan leaders, and open clan member registration from August 15th to August 22nd. This part will be done by giving each leader a Discord ticket featuring a Kryptosign for their clan, allowing members to sign up in their clan’s Kryptosign in order to be considered officially registered. Once this sign-up period is over, leaders will have 12 hours to confirm their list of members before the team handling this process can officially finalize clan lists and announce all eligible clans one day before the event starts.
Full details can be found in the announcement article here.