Plair (PLA), a decentralized gaming platform built on the VeChain (VET) blockchain, has completed its initial coin offering (ICO), raising $22 million after launching its public token sale at the end of October.
Today at 5:35 AM EST Plair has officially sold out and completed its sale and has distributed tokens. We humbly thank everyone for taking the 1st steps with us in our journey to build the best gaming platform in the industry and to make blockchain adoptable to everyone. #VeFam pic.twitter.com/xsjQG7lxQR
— Plair (@plair_life) November 16, 2018
As previously reported, Plair plans to combine the features found on established gaming platforms, including Discord, Twitch and Steam. The platform, which will launch in March of next year, will allow users to host and join esports tournaments, create and share content, interact with other community members and build decentralized gaming applications on top of their blockchain ecosystem.
Plair plans to support 1v1 and team-based tournaments for popular games including League of Legends, Dota 2, CounterStrike: Global Offensive, Player Unknown’s Battleground, and Fortnite. These tournaments will be fueled by PLA tokens, which were just recently distributed to the token sale participants.
Plair has also been working to add a number of strategic partners in recent weeks. Most recently, the project partnered with Bitrep, a platform connecting influencer with brands, to further facilitate its move into esports.
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