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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – April 6, 2022, Sydney, Australia: NFT gaming platform Balthazar has announced a $2 million scholarship program for the play-to-earn game, Aavegotchi.
Balthazar opened 1,000 scholarship places where gamers from anywhere in the world can apply to use the NFTs to earn rewards in the game. On average, players are earning US$20-50 for four hours of gameplay.
Developed by Singapore-based Pixelcraft Studios, Aavegotchi is a digital pet collectibles game and one of the most popular NFT games in the world, ranked 23rd out of 372 live NFT games on playtoearn.net.
According to DappRadar, the game has had US$120.23 million in trading volume from over 176,767 sales and has over 9,000 users.
Balthazar’s CEO, John Stefanidis: “This is an incredible opportunity for our community to play an exciting new game that has fantastic earning potential and more features yet to come. We are seeing gamers make up to US$50 for four hours of playing Aavegotchi. We’re pumped to be able to offer this game to the first 1,000 Wizards who sign up.”
To join Balthazar’s whitelist and to learn more, click here.
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