Unsurprisingly, the TK party, the group with Wizard #4845, had the most Wizard power by the end of the tournament, earning both the Party Prize and the Last Kitty Standing Prize for a total of 87.5 ETH divided among the 53 members.
Notably, the tournament’s contract paid $102K worth of the prize money directly to the winner’s wallet for $0.0038 in fees, showing the potential of blockchain and esports, with quick and inexpensive payouts to tournament winners.
You can visit this link to watch the final duel that decided the tournament’s winner.
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