Ultra, a pioneering crypto-gaming startup, is setting new standards in the world of competitive gaming by launching Ultra Arena, an esports platform built on its own blockchain network. Scheduled to go live on August 8, this platform will allow individuals, brands, and organizations to host tournaments or leagues, offering winners the chance to claim prizes in the form of UOS tokens, NFTs, or even physical items.
Esports for Everyone, Not Just the Pros
With an ambitious vision, Ultra aims to transform the esports landscape by providing a pathway for amateur gamers to rise to professional ranks. From day one, participants will be able to compete in popular PC games such as League of Legends, Overwatch 2, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO), and PUBG. Winning at Ultra Arena will send tokens or NFT rewards directly into players’ connected wallets. Even physical prizes and passes to other tournaments are tokenized, making them tradeable on Ultra’s Uniq Marketplace.
Playing in Ultra Arena also means building a digital identity on the Ultra blockchain, a network derived from the EOS blockchain. Regular participation and winning increases players’ credibility and respect within the community. However, any player found cheating will face a ban and a total loss of their hard-earned reputation.