Splinterlands (SPS), the premier blockchain gaming firm in the world, is now at the forefront in a new way: its revolutionary objective of launching a 24-hour SplinterlandsTV channel. Fans of the game can discover active users streaming at all ranks and discussing the game’s economics, player strategy, lending and trading environment, and much more, at nearly all hours of the day and night. The simultaneous training experience enabled by the game’s expansion is unprecedented in the blockchain gaming industry.
Splinterlands has caused quite a buzz in the realm of blockchain technology as well as in the gaming community ever since it was established in 2018 by Matt Rosen and CEO Jesse “Aggroed” Reich. It has achieved more than 2 million users in 146 countries and recently passed the critical landmark of 2 billion total plays. Splinterlands is not showing any signs of slowing down in its expansion.
Splinterlands persists to see a sustained influx of hundreds of thousands of new users per day, all of whom are interested in discovering the distinctive merits of a blockchain-based game and its potential to improve and broaden the player experience. As the cryptocurrency climate globally cools in the aftermath of the 2020-2021 global economic shutdowns and while there is still resistance to blockchain gaming in the conventional gaming business, user desire is evident: Web3 and platforms like Splinterlands are just here to stay.
SplinterlandsTV Aims To Take Blockchain Gaming To Another Level
SplinterlandsTV is a further demonstration of the enthusiasm and personal investment that so many gamers put on the field and cultivate. No matter when a viewer tunes in, there is always something entertaining and worth viewing. There are novices, specialists, and gamers at all levels who are captivated by the imaginary world and its fascination. In addition, there are individuals who are captivated by the game’s economic complexities and those who instruct interested listeners on how to properly progress through the game’s stages and grasp its attractive loyalty program.
The Sales and Marketing Operator of Splinterlands, who goes by the alias r0nd0n in the gaming community, has long been an advocate for the vast opportunities of Web3 online education and entertainment. Before Splinterlands took to the skies, he established the web-based radio program MSP Waves on the Hive blockchain with Reich. SplinterlandsTV has been a lengthy and arduous process, but the result has been spectacular, according to him:
“I built this from the ground up. I’m HR, systems operations, and project management. It’s been a ton of work. And it’s really exciting now that we are close to having this 24-hour streaming channel with so many people from around the world signed up to the stream, in multiple languages.”
A Wide & Ever Growing User Base
There are many aspiring online personalities on SplinterlandsTV. They come from all around the world and have distinct differences in personality and concentration in their streaming programs. While multiple languages and time zone differences are supported on SplinterlandsTV, they all have a profound affection for the Splinterlands game and its community.
SplinterlandsTV’s 24-hour streaming is unprecedented, even among the most popular and professional games. SplinterlandsTV’s introduction on Twitch enables the game to be viewed on one of the most prominent streaming services for AAA and casual games. Also venturing into the world of “edutainment,” the channel is attracting many more new subscribers, quickly orienting them to the game’s fundamentals, and accommodating them to all aspects of the game.
An All-Inclusive Blockchain Gaming Experience
Exclusive to Web3 gaming, SplinterlandsTV is assisting to assure exceptional user engagement, community building, and participation, and, as a result, a steadily expanding game that grows more appealing to gamers every day. Splinterlands is proven to be a significant force in the gaming business, with the potential for durability inside the gaming industry, by removing so many of the difficulties new gamers typically experience, particularly the extra complication of blockchain technology.
The channel is available on Twitch, a popular streaming platform used by gamers across the world, which was purchased by its parent company, Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), in August of 2014, capitalizing heavily on the existing mainstream video game culture.