If you have been updating yourself with all the latest news on the blockchain gaming world, you could have never missed the name “Meta Cricket League.” The upcoming game is the world’s first NFT-based cricket game, and its developers have announced that they will be conducting an NFT drop event in April. Since the announcement first went online earlier in March, the reception across the world has been overwhelming, as we can see through the level of engagement seen on the internet. If you have not known about the topic in discussion, this blog will help you get some insights on the upcoming game and its maiden drop event.
A Small Brief About the Cricket NFT Drop
We are discussing about “Meta Cricket League,” the world’s first blockchain-based cricket game, developed by GuardianLink, a Singapore-based NFT applications development company. The NFT drop named “Super Loot” will be held on April 22, 2022, on the Jump.trade NFT marketplace, which is also developed by the same developers. A live countdown has been running on the marketplace’s website since its launch earlier in March, and several updates have come out as time goes by. It is also important to note that the company behind this ambitious project has already earned a good reputation for its previous projects on NFT security protocols and celebrity NFT marketplaces.
What Does the Super Loot Possess?
The Super Loot NFT drop event to be held on April 22 contains 25,000 NFT collectibles, which include digital versions of cricket player cards and cricket bat cards. Also, lucky gifts in the form of authenticated physical NFT memorabilia signed by legendary cricket players will be given to random buyers.
As far as the price of the NFT collectibles is concerned, it costs $25 for a single NFT collectible. Also, if one buys NFT collectibles in multiples of 5 (5, 10, 15, etc.), they will get a free treasure box for every five NFT collectibles they purchase. The free treasure box will truly be a loot since it would give the buyer the possibility to win cryptocurrencies or metaverse native tokens during the treasure hunt. The treasure hunt event will be conducted on the website of the Jump.trade NFT marketplace on April 30, more than a week after the Super Loot NFT drop event. In every way, the Super Loot NFT drop event has given a lot of promise to a vastly different range of audiences.
How Do I Buy NFTs from the Super Loot?
Before planning to buy your first cricket-themed NFT collectibles during the Super Loot, it is necessary to create an account on the Jump.trade NFT marketplace platform. The process is very simple, and you just need to give a few minutes of your time on the website of the marketplace. First, under the “Sign Up” tab, provide the personal details requested (name, email address, and phone number) and a safe password to safeguard your Jump.trade marketplace account. Then, follow the instructions given in the verification email to activate your account.
Now, you are a registered user on the Jump.trade NFT marketplace platform. But, wait! Before you can buy anything on the Super Loot NFT drop event, it is necessary to load some money into the built-in wallet that comes with your Jump.trade account. You will need to fill in at least 100 Tether (a stable coin of the Ethereum blockchain) to be able to trade in the future. After this, you can sit back and have an eye on the countdown and look out for any occasional update on the website of the Jump.trade NFT marketplace.
The Social Media Reception So Far
As soon as the news on the Super Loot NFT drop event broke out, social media platforms went beserk, as one could witness a lot of posts talking about the game in a funny and educative way. One can also find videos of crypto enthusiasts talking about the game, where their enthusiasm for the game is clearly visible. Apart from all these, community-based interactive platforms such as Discord, Telegram, Reddit, Quora, and Clubhouse have seen a surge of talks about the Super Loot NFT drop and the future NFT cricket game. Cricket fans, gaming geeks, and NFT enthusiasts are keenly talking about the game on various social media platforms with zeal. The company’s promotional campaign also has seen great levels of engagement, as witnessed by the sheer number of likes and comments on its posts.
With the amount of freedom social media has given to the world, speculations for any new thing/event have increased massively, and it has been the same for the Super Loot NFT drop. There have been a lot of guessing games since the first official press release went live in March, and some have become true, including the possible NFTs to be sold and the price range of the NFT collectibles. Some more assumptions have been made whose fate will not be known until the Super Loot happens, which includes the utilities of the NFT collectibles apart from serving as in-game assets, the possibility of forming a community similar to PFP (profile picture) communities. However, it was surprising to see that almost no one predicted the utility of the treasure box in the way it has been presented to us now, although various guesses came out about the use of the free treasure box.
Henceforth, we can say that the Super Loot NFT drop on the Jump.trade NFT marketplace has a lot of potentials to set new records in the blockchain gaming arena. The main reason for such a statement is that the NFT collection is for the world’s first NFT cricket game, which has been an unexplored territory in the blockchain gaming space so far. Also, with the excitement adding up as days go by, the NFT drop event would certainly stir some reactions in the gaming industry.