In order to exchange attention for value, Verasity uses Blockchain technology and its cryptocurrency VRA. Furthermore, it offers rewards and points that can be customized by the publisher and does not use cryptocurrency. Additionally, Verasity offers programmatic pre-roll inventory to advertisers looking to reach engaged audiences across its global network.
Esports Fight Club to add new games to its tournament
Verasity has made major progress in the last five days. It announced on 10 December 2020 that Ludo, a popular strategic board game would be coming to Esports Fight Club. Essentially, ESports Fight Club is a crypto-powered tournament platform where gamers compete against each other using VRA.
Valorant, one of the biggest esport games released recently, will soon be coming to Esports Fight Club on 14 December 2020. With more popular games coming to Esports Fight Club, the platform will attract new gamers, viewers, and fans of esports. Additionally, this will increase exposure to Verasity and $VRA.
Verasity to launch video player and integrate ad player
Users can create their own Esports and casual gaming jackpot tournaments that are backed both by crypto and fiat. Within the video player VeraWallet, it enables tokenized rewards and loyalty schemes. Subscriptions, jackpots, and video ads are revenue streams.
VRA can be purchased with BTC, ETH, BNB, and USDT. VRA can be bought on Bittrex, Bitmax, and more. VeraWallet accounts can be used to transfer to ERC-20 compatible wallets.
It is also looking to expand its catalog of esports and introduce its very own Verasity Video Player, according to a company update from recently. Thus, the company intends to stop using YouTube and stresses that its proprietary ad stack will be integrated with their ad network partners. This means Verasity will monetize ads on Esports Fight Club as well as provide rewards in $VRA.”
Verasity offers its users to play a wide array of games: from Counter-Strike to Esports Fight Club. The latter, according to the company, underwent product completions in Q3. They include:Ver
- Fiat subscriptions/entry fees for Esports Fight Club
- Custom headers/logos
- Site localizations
- Mobile version of Esports Fight Club
- Time is displayed in the local time zone for each user
- Tournament admin self-editing rights
- Display showing the number of slots/players for each team
- Tournament screen customization
- Games added: PUBG, PUBG Mobile, and Valorant.
High Staking Rewards & Millions of Slots on Verasity
VRA, the native Verasity token, has gained nearly 20% in the last 30 days. At the time of publication, the VRA token was trading for a little over $0.00052. According to Altcoin Buzz, AnRKey X raised $1.2 million to merge DeFi, eSports, and NFTs.
Verasity, a provider of rewarded video player technology for publishers and developers, has launched new slots. Verasity’s official Twitter account reports that there are now 16.5 million slots available for staking. Previously, the company offered 4.4 and 14.3 million VRA staking slots to its users. Verasity offers rewards of 36.5% in return. In comparison, early ETH 2.0 stakers made 20%. Once more validators have joined the network, this figure is expected to fall to 7% – 4.5% a year.