The eSports industry gets a massive Blockchain technology renovation of some pretty famous wedges these days. Recent news that the eSports betting platform of A Cubr, co-founder of Ethereum, Mark Cuban, has raised more than $ 31 million, was leaked on Twitter:
More 110k ETH and 1000s of skins exchanged! Last chance at UnikoinGold! The sale of the crowd ends in 5 hours! Https: //t.co/2dxxyghuRN pic.twitter.com/n20Q7TyD1D
– Unikrn (@UnikrnCo) 23 October 2017
Such substantial support for symbolic selling is a sign that Blockchain is making big breakthroughs in technology and betting for e-sports.
The eSports Unikrn betting platform allows users to participate in the eSports industry. For example, users can earn tokens simply by playing games, and the platform distributes skins and prizes for active participants.
However, the backbone of the platform is the focus on betting. Users can bet on matches using platform chips, or real funds in some countries.
Other platforms have also made forays into the world of electronic sports betting. For example, Eloplay is a platform that already works and now uses Blockchain technology to allow players to challenge each other for smart contract pools. The platform creates a system that allows players and businesses to create pools and offer pricing securely via smart contracts.
While eSports bets date back to the early days of the industry, Blockchain technology is reshaping the way these events are planned. Cuban, at least, sees value in such platforms.
Not only does the appearance of eSports bets get an update blockchain, but the gaming platforms themselves receive a coup de thumb. For example, GameProtocol creates a new, decentralized platform that allows players to connect to each other, to developers using Blockchain tools and even a decentralized application store for everyone. According to GameProtocol CEO, Jonathan Swerdlow:
"Blockchain is one of the most advanced and secure technologies ever built by humanity, the industry of game will quickly turn to the decentralized Internet 3.0. "The internet has changed the game forever, but Blockchain will take it even further." GameProtocol is positioning itself to become the leader in this space. "
Because Blockchain technology removes the centralized kernel from these systems and provides a functional middleman through technology, players and developers can communicate directly. are smoother and simpler.
In addition, the process of decentralization will also allow the pooling of bandwidth in order to increase the efficiency and speed of the game. Computer systems such as those developed by the Network Units will allow players to exploit and use huge pools of bandwidth that are otherwise prohibitive. Forbes Network is an online gaming platform with integrated player reputation management that provides decentralized and scalable computing resources to increase developers infrastructure and mechanisms to mitigate cheating, time-out, "
This bandwidth sharing feature of Blockchain technology is already being used effectively to stop DDoS attacks and others. using this bandwidth for eSports applications will reorder the way in which online gaming occurs.
Cuban the favorite
If the power of Blockchain can revitalize the eSports world, it is possible that Mark Cuban is a favorite Like games, bets and technological solutions for electronic sports are Online, the industry will inevitably experience a shift from companies to decentralized platforms.