We’re thrilled to share exciting news about our latest partnership with Undead Blocks, a popular multiplayer zombie shooter game!
Founded in 2021 and built by Wagyu Games, Undead Blocks is backed by industry leaders such as Animoca Brands, Genblock Capital, Exnetwork Capital, and Double Peak Group.
The objective of the game is very simple — TO SURVIVE. Players have to explore and collect weapons to slay endless waves of incoming zombies in an exciting FPS experience.
Undead Blocks, while still in beta, is already home to more than 2,500 daily active users. The game also recently organized a $150,000 tournament for over 7,500 participants!
Through this partnership, Tegro will soon list two NFT collections from the Undead Blocks game on its exchange. They are:
- Undead Blocks Genesis Weapons
- Undead Blocks Apocalypse Collection
This means that players and pro-traders will be able to trade their favorite Undead Blocks NFTs against $USDT pairs, in bulk, for ZERO fees!
We are excited to welcome Undead Blocks to the Tegro exchange and look forward to working together to shape the future of blockchain gaming.
About Undead Blocks
Undead Blocks is an upcoming play-to-earn zombie FPS. Play with friends and participate in tournaments to earn ZBUX, which can be used to collect rare weapon and character skins. Collect & Upgrade Your Weapons, equip your player with powerful weapon NFTs and upgrade them to increase damage, ammo capacity & accuracy. Bring the squad together and jump into endless waves of undead zombies. Choose to play with random players or your closest allies.
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