GoLive Games launches the first ever NFT based cricket strategy game “Cricket Stars”.

GoLive Games launches the first ever NFT based cricket strategy game “Cricket Stars”.

Adding to the excitement of the ongoing cricket fever in India, GoLive Games, the country’s leading mid-core game publisher has unveiled Cricket Stars, the country’s first NFT-based cricket strategy esports game powered by Tezos.

As the only NFT-based multiplayer game with no Pay-to-Play or Play-to-Earn model attached to it in the market, Cricket Stars offers players of all ages the opportunity to experience the thrill of cricket in a virtual format like never before. This game acts as more than just an interface to play India’s most popular sport as it also offers a platform for cricket fanatics to use their strategic thinking and showcase their in-depth knowledge and passion as they approach this latest esports game.

Based on a unique concept, Cricket Stars presents players with six batting and six bowling card options to choose from in each game. Using his extensive knowledge of the game, the player has to choose the right batting card from the many options offered to score runs on the opponent’s delivery, while choosing the perfect bowling skill to bowl to dismiss the opponent. Besides, Cricket Stars also gives users the opportunity to win exclusive cricket bats and other prizes.

Speaking about the unique blend of cricket, esports and NFTs made possible through Cricket Stars, Ravi Kiran, Founder of GoLive Games said, “We have put our heart and soul into creating Cricket Stars, a game that we incredibly proud of and one that we believe will resonate with the nation’s players. With Cricket being a beloved sport with a global following and the esports industry in India 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. Moreover, we believe that the integration of NFTs into our game represents the future of the industry, as it gives players real ownership and value in the virtual world. By harnessing the nation’s burning passion for cricket that in addition to gaming, we are confident that the game will be a groundbreaking success in the community and become a significant part of the country’s gaming ecosystem.”

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The game not only takes cricket gaming to a whole new level with its engaging gameplay and card mechanics, but also stands out as the only NFT-based cricket game in the Esports market that does not require players to invest upfront in NFTs. Players can acquire batting and bowling cards in the form of NFTs at different levels of rarity – Rare, Epic and Legendary – and use their unique features to compete against other players in real-time through exciting matches, promotions or Esports tournaments.

The game’s NFT marketplace is powered by the Tezos Blockchain, allowing users with Tezos wallets to easily trade, buy and sell their cards in the in-game store without the need for cryptocurrency.

We are thrilled to partner with GoLive Games to launch Cricket Stars, an exciting cricket strategy game with digital collectibles. This partnership marks an exciting step forward for the gaming industry and for the Tezos blockchain. Cricket fans will enjoy deep strategic gameplay that tests their knowledge of the sport as they collect and trade cricket-themed NFTs that add a new dimension to the gaming experience. We look forward to this partnership being a cornerstone of our shared commitment to making great games even better on Tezos, the best blockchain for gaming,” said Jeremy Foo, Global Head of Gaming at TriliTech and responsible for game development in the Tezos Ecosystem. their exclusive collaboration with GoLive Games.

According to the report “We, the sports fans of India” by Ormax Media, Cricket has more than 124.2 million fans in India, which is more than any other sport in the country by a significant margin. Cricket is not just a sport in the country but is considered a religion and people worship this sport.

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On the other hand, the “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.

By merging the craze around cricket with the ever-growing esports industry in the country, Cricket Stars has immense potential to cement its position as a leading esports title in the country. The game is currently available to play on the Google Play Store.

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