Undead Blocks' 1st Official Tournament is Coming Soon: Here's the scoop
Wagyu Games' flagship project Undead Blocks is going to hold its first official tournament - "Pistol Speedrun Tournament" in July. Now before you get those guns loaded, let's dive into the details first.
What you need to know about Undead Blocks' 1st official tournament
Kill-to-earn FPS (first-person shooter) zombie NFT game, Undead Blocks is going to hold its first Pistol Speedrun Tournament in July. This time, a total prize pool worth $20,000 is up for grabs. Starting from July 8th to 10th, players can take part in the zombie-killing spree for 3 bloody days.
To join the tournament, make sure you own a Genesis or Apocalypse NFT. These are weapon NFTs buyable on OpenSea. Apart from that, the rule of the competition is quite simple. According to Wagyu Games, all you need to do is to kill 100 zombies as fast as you can.
In fact, the faster you are, the better chance you'll have at winning a share of the $20k prize pool. However, the team has not finalized the prize structure and the format of the tourney yet. Even so, more info should be available as we get closer to the event.
Sounds intense. Are players allowed to practice first?
Admittedly, killing zombies is easier said than done. Given that, Wagyu Games will release a new “Pistol Speedrun” game mode on the 4th of July. This will allow players to practice their shooting skills prior to the event.
On top of that, to ensure fair play for all Survivors, the team has implemented a number of anti-cheat measures in the game. More new features such as separating ADS sensitivity, game launcher, and inverted camera options will come with the launch as well.
Lastly, according to Wagyu Games, there will be a tournament like this every weekend this summer. If that's the case, wouldn't that be the end for all zombies? Anyway, jokes aside, Undead Blocks seems ready to kick off the GameFi summer with several other P2E projects in the space. In case you didn't know, the game already released its open beta for the public to try out.