Ev.io x Fractal $10,000 Free-to-Play Halloween Tournament!

Fractal and Ev.io have teamed up for a $10,000 Halloween event lasting 5 days (26th-31st October) and it is completely free to enter. Here's how to get your cut of the prize pool!

Ev.io is one of the most addictive Web3 games you can get your hands on and a firm favorite of ours. Now, they have teamed up with Fractal for a new tournament that is free to enter and has a $10,000 prize pool!

I sing the praises of Ev.io and Fractal regularly and for a good reason: they’re pushing the space forward in these early days. Earlier this year I did a “What Is” video on Ev.io and it was favorable, to say the least. There were two observations I made — hopes really — about Ev.io’s future and both are coming true.

The first was that I hoped to see more tournaments as it is a high-skill cap shooter that’s also unparalleled in how accessible it is. Secondly, I wanted players who don’t have an Ev.io NFT to be able to earn from playing. The first half is coming true and the tournament is live as we speak. The second half requires a little unpacking: while Ev.io is free-to-play, it’s not free-to-earn. You need to own an Ev.io NFT on the Solana network and they had a floor price of around $100, which they still do all these months later.

Well, this latest tournament does not require players to own an NFT for Ev.io to be in with a chance of getting some of the prize pool.

How to Enter the $10,000 Tournament

  1. Create an Ev.io account
  2. Connect your account to the Fractal platform by logging in to Ev.io, clicking Profile, Connect Wallet, then Fractal.
  3. When you’re in Ev.io, make sure you’re playing the game mode, Survival (earn).

That’s it. Now you can play their tournament and start earning the ev.io currency, “e”. Once you get 1,000e you can convert it into Solana and either buy NFTs or trade it out. The Halloween tournament will be running for 5 days, from the 26th of October to the end of the 31st of October.

Good luck, have fun!

Robert Baggs
Robert Baggs
Full-time professional crypto writer and Editor of Token Gamer. Co-host of the Mint One Podcast. Obsessed with MMOs. London based. Primary holdings: WAXP, ENJ, & BTC. Secondary holdings: ETH, GALA, & MATIC

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