Eternal Dragons Launches Player Cards and Dragon Tournament
Players can use the card to create teams and win matches as a group.
Eternal Dragons, a popular online game, has launched its Player Cards. These personalized cards display the player's stats for the corresponding season, making them a collectible item with a piece of player history inscribed. By trading cards with other players, gamers can create teams and celebrate victories together.
The launch of Player Cards coincides with the success of the PvP mode in the Alpha version of Eternal Dragons. The engagement and retention rates have exceeded expectations, and gamers naturally organize into guilds. The game's developers recognize the importance of friendships that develop within guilds and are committed to supporting and celebrating these bonds. In the upcoming Eternal Dragons Alpha Tournament, gamers can register for the tournament and receive 100 Player Cards for free.
Player Cards can be traded between team members, and rewards gained during the tournament are distributed proportionally among the cardholders.
Details of the Tournament
The tournament, which will run from March 31st to April 2nd, will have 128 spots available, with 100 for purchase and the remaining 28 reserved for Eternal Dragons partners. The entry fee is 5 SOL, with at least 3,000 USDC going to the first place.
To celebrate the launch of the first tournament, Eternal Dragons is contributing 15,000 USDC to the prize pool and the amount collected through ticket sales. The tournament is a single-elimination tournament, with matches being 'best of three' up to the Semi-Final stage, and the remaining two Dragoneers playing 'best of five' in the Final. There are only 100 tickets available for sale at 5 SOL each, and tickets will be available for purchase from early next week.
A physical user can only participate using one account and must be 18 years old to participate.