GoLive Games hits six with innovative NFT Cricket game built on Tezos

Cricket stars

GoLive Games, a leading game development company, has announced the launch of its highly anticipated NFT-based cricket strategy game, Cricket Stars.

A prominent midcore and esports game publisher in India, GoLive Games has a player base of over 3 million for its previous titles such as Jungle Book Card Battle and Jungle Book Runner.

Currently, the company is expanding its portfolio with the introduction of midcore games specifically tailored to cater to the preferences of Indian gamers.

GoLive Games has partnered with TriliTech and Tezos India for the game, well-known builders in the Tezos ecosystem.

The game promises to revolutionize the cricket gaming world by combining the excitement of cricket with the cutting-edge technology of non-fungible tokens (NFT).

There is no requirement for players to pre-invest in NFTs to play the game, none have Pay-to-Play or Play-to-Earn model attached to it, making it quite unique in the market.

Built on Tezo’s blockchain, Cricket Stars features an NFT marketplace that allows players to buy, sell and trade their in-game assets.

The Tezos blockchain was chosen for its security, scalability and energy efficiency, ensuring a seamless and environmentally friendly gaming experience for players.

Cricket has immense popularity in India, for example IPL 2020 was watched by more than 405 million viewers for a total of 400 billion viewing minutes.

‘India Games Market’ report by Niko Partners states that India had 396.4 million gamers in 2022, which will grow to 630 million gamers in 2026.

Cricket Stars is an innovative blend of strategy, skill and luck. Players can participate in exciting auctions to build their dream team of cricket stars, each represented by an NFT.

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Aiming to engage cricket enthusiasts worldwide, the game offers a unique and immersive experience.

Ravi Kiran, founder of GoLive Games said

“We have put our heart and soul into creating Cricket Stars, a game that we are incredibly proud of and one that we believe will resonate with the nation’s players.

As Cricket is a beloved sport with a global following and the esports industry in India is growing exponentially, we saw the opportunity to merge the two to create a truly unique and rewarding gaming experience for cricket enthusiasts across the esports world.”

The game is currently available on the Google Play Store.

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