Eloplay, the innovative eSports gaming platform that lets players at all levels organize and participate in tournaments with decentralized prize pools, has announced the start of its token pre-sale.
The popular eSports platform has been in the headlines in recent weeks, first for implementing their blockchain-based Smart Tournament functionality, and then for its partnerships with Wings and Bancor, not to mention the addition of professional eSports gamer Daniil “Zeus” Teslenko to the team.
Eloplay is back in the spotlight again, this time with an announcement that they are launching a limited duration token pre-sale that comes in advance of the project’s much anticipated public token sale.
Participating in the Eloplay Pre-Sale
Instead of a traditional token pre-sale, Eloplay has opted to give early contributors access to its order book ahead of the scheduled token sale. The pre-sale ends on October 14, 2017, at 11:59 PM UTC (7:59 PM ETD). The token sale itself begins on October 16, 2017, and will last through November 11, 2017, or until the maximum cap is reached.
To participate in the pre-sale, go to https://ico.eloplay.com and click on the orange button underneath the token sale countdown clock and then:
- Enter your name and email address
- Review and agree to the terms and conditions of the pre-sale
- Send ETH to the provided address from any ERC20-compatible wallet
- Your tokens will be automatically sent to your wallet when the public token sale begins
The exchange rate for Eloplay tokens (ELT) is 1 ETH = 10,000 ELT and a generous scaling bonus is given to pre-sale contributors based on how much they contribute:
- $19,999 or less – 20% bonus
- $20k – $49,999 (67 ETH+) – 25% bonus
- $50k – $99,999 (167 ETH+) – 30% bonus
- $100k+ (333 ETH+) – 35% bonus
Remember, the Eloplay token pre-sale ends on October 14, 2017, at 11:59 PM UTC (7:59 PM ETD). If you have any questions about the project, the pre-sale, or the public token sale, come join Eloplay on Telegram or visit the official website.
Do you think Eloplay will level the playing field, so to speak, for amateur eSports gamers who want to compete in tournaments? Let us know in the comments below.
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