Galaxy Fight Club Cross-IP Championship is coming soon
The Cross-IP Championship for the free-to-play cross-platform NFT MOBA will include more than 25 partnered NFT projects, over $250k worth of prizes and more.
The Cross-IP Championship of Galaxy Fight Club, a free-to-play casual NFT MOBA, has been teased by the team behind the cross-platform title to be coming soon.
The official tournament was teased in a recent tweet that states the competition will feature more than 25 NFT projects, 3 events and over $250k “worth of NFTs & assets in prizes.” No info was revealed on which partnered projects are a part of the Championship, but what the developers did mention in the official Discord server, as well as in their Medium blog post is that they will be hosting various events with every partner in order to “optimise user onboarding from these different communities.” This means that there will be an AMA with each partner, “exclusive trophy run for each partner with prizes,” a qualifying tournament for every project and then the actual Cross-IP Championship. Their latest dev blog post on Medium also states that there are exactly 28 partners participating in this tournament, among which are projects they’ve been partnered with for a long time, but also “some new faces — so stay tuned for some new partnership announcements, too!”
For more details on the events that will be hosted ahead of the tournament, as well as info on how the blockchain game is progressing as a whole, check out the developer’s latest post here.
Labeled as the first “cross-IP PvP game for the NFT Universe,” Galaxy Fight Club is available for free on PC and mobile devices, and is backed by the likes of Animoca Brands, KuCoin Labs, Spartan and more.