Zone hits 10 million play minutes since its global launch

Zone, the blockchain gamefi platform has hit 10,600,000 play minutes since its global launch 9 months ago being one of the fastest-growing platforms in Africa, Europe, Asia, and South America.

The play-to-earn crypto-gaming platform that debuted in Kenya a month ago has also had 30 million total games played on its platform with 16 million total transactions in crypto.

At the same time, the maximum reward in a single game has been USD.332 to the winning player

“Since we launched Zone globally and in Kenya, we have seen a surge in gamers playing our games more often because of the play-to-earn model that is completely different compared to other platforms. Our game designs are also top-notch for those playing from their smartphones, tablets, or laptops. They are not only fun and entertaining but also mind-challenging. All of these factors combined led to the huge traction on play minutes achieved on Zone,” said Avhit Bij, Zone Country Representative.”

Furthermore, the most favourite games played on Zone include Knife dart, Merge Mania, Hoop Star, Escape Run, and Carrom.

On the other hand, speaking last weekend during the Movie Jabber Play event at Sarit, Mr. Bij announced that the company will be unveiling more new games under its play-to-earn model in Q2 including Ludo, Chess, Solitare, and more. He said this during the first launch of

Zone allows players to earn cryptocurrency rewards for their gaming skills, opening up a new world of possibilities for players to monetize their passion for gaming.

Targeting E-sport and Casual gamers with Consoles and internet-enabled devices such as laptops and smartphones, Zone is the first gamefi ecosystem on the Algorand blockchain that combines on-chain gaming challenges, yield farming, and NFTs to create a free-to-play and play-to-earn ecosystem.

The Crypto-based gaming platform allows gamers to earn up to USD.250 per month by playing AAA games, Zone Fantasy and Zone Games.

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