Esports superstars of the popular first-person-shooter game Counter-Strike will participate in a crypto-powered tournament where fans will be able to bet with crypto tokens, sponsored by Verasity.
Verasity is an attention based platform for video, gaming and entertainment rewards with a native VRA token.
💥Bet eSportz by Verasity launches TODAY 10:00 UTC💥 🏆4 days of LIVE streamed CS:GO tournaments 🤩Amateurs play against global CSGO stars 💸Fans bet on players to win 3x their bet. 👀https://t.co/G9nQBfblCq#CryptoClash #esports #gaming @xccurateCSGO @NBK pic.twitter.com/Db0JgAA9Jl — Verasity (@verasitytech) June 29, 2020
The tournament will feature Nathan Schmitt and Asia’s best player Kevin Susanto, who have two million fans worldwide.
Want to try to play me in a 1v1 in @Verasitytech ’s #CryptoClash tournament? Try your luck to win a slot for you and 2 of your friends 🔥 – RT this tweet & follow me – Follow @verasitytech – Tag 2 friends 📅End: 27/06 Also, join the Discord: https://t.co/1TcUCYmfX6 👀 Enjoy!🍀 pic.twitter.com/2dOOTf8BB0 — Nathan Schmitt (@NBK) June 26, 2020
Verasity has signed a long-term deal with the players agents and is also in the process of obtaining a gambling license in Curaçao.
The company CEO RJ Mark Hain says that VRA has major advantages over its better-known competitor, its 100% of the revenue goes to content creators.
“The publisher has to get on board with using BAT for getting monetization by those rewards. What we do is entirely different. We don’t have anything to do with a browser. If you work for a large publication like Bloomberg, Bloomberg has a video player which is powered by Brightcove. […] And Bloomberg wants to have a reward, whether it be Crypto or anything else. They take our SDK, it takes them about a half hour to install it, and then they control the monetization of all of that, of everything that goes on inside of that video player and ad stack for themselves.”
Verasity is trying to capitalize on the COVID-19 induced e-gaming boom. In the future, they may expand to other games like chess and even globally popular sports like soccer and basketball.