A Solona Blockchain-Based Gaming Platform, ‘Cricket Star Manager’ Aims To Become India’s Top-10 Game By 2023

A Solana Blockchain-based ‘play to earn’ (p2E) gaming platform, Cricket Star Manager (CSM), is ready to establish its initial dex offering (IDO) on the Star Launch Platform on April 25, 2022. 

Cricket Star Manager has already raised $2 million from different investors like Stakely.VC, Maven Capital, Ethernal Labs, Banter Capital, Spark Digital Capital, Paribus Ventures, Vorto Gaming, Genesis Block Ventures (GBV), Solidity Ventures, Oddiyana Ventures, Prometeus Labs. 

The funds will now be used to enhance the market outreach for CSM and further develop its decentralized Blockchain gaming goals. 

One of the organization’s officials has also said, “CSM has a strong emphasis on being the leader amongst the mainstream p2E adoption, with managers able to play the game even without having to give any form of registration fee or buy gaming tokens to get started, which is different from other Blockchain games

How does the platform work?

Players of CSM can prepare and manage their cricket team and play in leagues, just like in the real world. 

CSM will also require substantial licensing fees to obtain and renew new and existing team players. Moreover, playing cards in the form of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) will be available, and they will contain both competitive (player vs. player) and non-competitive (player vs. computer) modes of gameplay. 

Interestingly, NFT based on game assets, like cricket player cards and others, can also be traded in the game’s native crypto marketplace, called Cricket Star Manager P2P marketplace. 

Lastly, players will get a part of $CRIX crypto tokens, the in-game currency. Even if a player is not actively involved in playing, he stands to earn by way of stadium match hosting fees. 

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