MakerDAO and Community Gaming have partnered together to create Crypto Maker Series, a string of nine Latin American tournaments for CS:GO, Free Fire, and Dota 2, set to take place in the final quarter of 2021. This competition is one of many tournament series that Community Gaming has planned geared towards educating and strengthening the interrelation of the esports and blockchain industries. The series aims to be a catalyst for esports events powered by the web3 movement.
“The growing global popularity of crypto marks a clear acceptance of DeFi,” said Bryan Mier, Community Gaming’s Regional Manager, and Business Development for LatAm. “Educating and introducing Latin American talent to these trends constitutes equipping them with the knowledge and resources necessary to participate in this new era of digital competition.”
The Crypto Maker Series will also promote the “play-to-earn” philosophy, a fundamental pillar and current trend within the blockchain gaming community. Prizes will be awarded to the top eight players or teams at each event, counting more than 300 crypto recipients in the span of two months. This initiative is pioneered by both partners’ hopes to educate and guide the region’s gamer population in the use case and versatility of cryptocurrencies, using DAI as the center of this operation. The DAI stablecoin is an unbiased, decentralized, collateral-backed cryptocurrency anchored to the value of the U.S. dollar.
The Series will take place in November and December of 2021 and will be open to players from the Southern Region of Latin America. Due to the variety of esports offered by the series, each tournament will introduce different communities to the use and understanding of cryptocurrencies. All tournaments will be free to enter and will be broadcast on the official channels of Community Gaming Latin America.
(All information was provided by Yahoo! Finance)
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