RisingWings, a subsidiary of Krafton, has announced that its global blockchain-based esports service Competz has opened pre-registration for the popular game based on Solitaire.
Called Solitaire for Competz, the game seeks to build on the popularity of the classic card game based on the well-known Klondike version. Here the total score is submitted when one discards all of their cards of the same suit from Ace to King into the foundation piles in the correct order.
The game is claimed to be made fair as each player will start under the same conditions in a match, including the arrangement of cards, the composition of the deck and randomized missions to complete.
Solitaire for Competz brand page is live and the game will be launched during the third quarter of the year. Pre-registrations are live for both Android and Apple iOS users globally, except in China and North Korea.
Users who sign up during the pre-registration phase will receive in-game currency that can be used later in the game. They will also receive exclusive access to upcoming Airdrop and Whitelist Registration events.
During the Airdrop event, players can earn various in-game items. The Whitelist Registration event will allow users to be the first to participate in the upcoming game skin NFT minting.
Competz will mint Solitaire for Competz game skin NFTs on BORA PORTAL. On May 25, NFTs will be sold to the Whitelist and on May 26, NFTs will be sold to the public where anyone can purchase NFTs on a first-come, first-served basis.
Users who purchase game skin NFTs will be given the chance to earn a portion of the entry fee revenue from Solitaire for Competz. Players will also receive greater rewards based on the rarity of the NFT. Reward benefits will increase for players who own two or more NFTs.
Meanwhile, Competz conducted the first minting of its Picture For Profile (PFP) NFT on May 10 and all 1,000 PFP NFTs have sold out.