Wreck League Announces 50% Revenue Share for Mech Owners
Mech owners will have the opportunity to earn from the Web2 version of Wreck League by selling non-NFT copies of their Mechs on the in-game store, getting a 50% revenue share in the process.
Through this model, holders of NFTs in the mech fighting game will be able to earn through an in-app purchase system that will be available when the Web2 version of the game releases sometime early next year. This means that holders will be able to sell non-NFT copies of their Mechs on the Web2 version of the in-game store, with 50% of the revenue going to the owner, while 30% is taken by the platform the game is on, and 20% is given to the developers. This will allow NFT holders to passively earn from sales of non-blockchain versions of their Mech. Should the traditional Web2 edition of the blockchain title prove successful, then this unique revenue sharing model could potentially end up being a great way for holders to passively earn while enjoying the action-packed title.
Last week, the team closed the allowlist for the Genesis Mint of Koda Founders Boxes, taking a snapshot on August 16 while opening a mint queue a day later. The rarity of these Boxes will be revealed on August 24th, while holders will have the chance to open them when the NFT version of the game officially launches on September 14th. The first season of the blockchain fighting game will be a crossover with Bored Apes NFTs and other collections from the Yugaverse.