Galaxy Fight Club
BYOPills and Apostle holders will be able to play the Galaxy Fight Club game and qualify for tournaments, according to a Discord announcement Saturday.
The project gave an update on the partnership, which also allows holders to earn $GCOIN, the native currency of Galaxy Fight Club. Users can also qualify for the Nov. 4-13 Galaxy Fight Club Cross-IP Invitational — a tournament with a prize pool of $200,000.
The qualifying takes place Oct. 14-28, but holders can access the game now and get familiar with the gameplay and win prizes.
There will be an AMA with the Galaxy Fight Club team at 4 p.m. ET Saturday for those interested in more information.
Rumble Kong League announced an update on its partnership with Galaxy Fight Club. Kong holders will be able to use the Athlos Portal in a new exclusive set of Galaxy Fight Club tournaments in the next few months.
This is the first annual Galaxy Fight Club Cross-IP Championship with teams from other NFT collections. With nearly $200,000 in prizes, you are not going to want to miss this.
Be on the lookout for more updates on the specific schedules for the tournaments. Rumble Kong League will be hosting a Twitter Space on Thursday to go over specifics and allow community members to come with questions on how they will be able to participate in future tournaments.
Profitable traders are entering Galaxy Fight Club as the project gets closer to the Aug. 22 launch of its play-to-earn game.
The project has seen a net increase of 46 sharp wallets in the past 24 hours, according to Lucky Trader's Sharp Report, which tracks what profitable traders (those that have made more than 50 ETH trading) are doing. The floor price on the collection is also up nearly 28 percent to 0.29 ETH in the same time period. The project's cross-IP game is coming soon, according to tweets from the project.
The price of Galaxy Fight Club's native token ($GCOIN) is also up 55 percent to 17.6 cents in the past seven days.