As play-to-earn games continue to enter the market, one NFT-implemented fighting game is looking to stand out from the rest: Crypto Fight Club. The title has already launched their website, alongside a detailed white paper in recent months. Now, the emerging game has completed an immensely successful seed round, raising nearly $3M from a bevy of well-respected investment groups.
Crypto Fight Club’s Investors: Rounding Out The Team
Crypto Fight Club (CFC) looks well-positioned to take a unique market share in the play-to-earn category, particularly after the latest seed fundraising. CFC raised $2,775,000 from major investors, including Shima Capital, GenBlock Ventures & subsidiary D12, AU21, x21, Everse Capital, and The Ring.
Blockchain powerhouse investment firm Shima Capital will provide a bevy of support for Crypto Fight Club, assisting the title in anything from HR to major crypto connections, and everything in between.
GenesisBlock Ventures and subsidiary D12 have contributed over $2B worth of capital into the blockchain market, and have formulated a top-of-the-line team when it comes to crypto investments. The partner will help lead the way in marketing and other key venture objectives for CFC. Everse Capital will also provide support in marketing initiatives, acting as a strategic advisor for CFC.
AU21 is no stranger to gaming partners, particularly with GameFi titles, and will assist CFC in securing new partnerships. x21 will also lend a hand in partnerships, especially those with market makers and other marketing partners.
One Fighter, Supported By A Broader Team
It takes a village to raise a successful fighter, and that is exactly what CFC is formulating. The aforementioned seed investors join growing ranks of CFC collaborators, including the likes of Click.Blue, MohrWolfe, and Gamestarter.
Click.Blue works in tandem with CFC to help build out a clean and concise web design for a clean UI and UX for the CFC platform. MohrWolfe assists in leading marketing, business development and blockchain development activities for the title. The team at MohrWolfe has been credited as a major facilitator in establishing the recent seed round funding. Finally, Gamestarter, one of the largest NFT-gaming launchpads in the business, has brought unique expertise to the CFC team around marketing, game development and fundraising for the public round of the IGO. Gamestarter will lead the public round of fundraising and serves as the premiere launchpad for the title.
CFC is quickly gaining ground as a play-to-earn title to watch, with a roadmap that includes a platform-dedicated $FIGHT token, unique and in-depth fighter attributes, and staking capabilities for platform token holders.
Remember, the first rule of Crypto Fight Club is that you always talk about Crypto Fight Club. And ahead of the blockbuster launch of the NFT sale on December 26th, there is a lot for fight enthusiasts, NFT collectors, and gamers alike to be buzzing about. Stay tuned for all the latest at CryptoFightClub.io.