​​League of Kingdoms: The World’s First Decentralized MMO Blockchain Game

Image showing the League of Kingdoms world, which now has a token.

League of Kingdoms is an NFT strategy game using play-to-earn mechanics. Users can play this blockchain game on mobile phone or PC. Incredibly, it holds the record of being the world’s first DeFi MMO game (massive multiplayer online game) and is said to be the next game like Clash of Clans.

League of Kingdoms

League of Kingdoms is a play-to-earn MMO Blockchain Game. Credit: League of Kingdoms

League of Kingdoms: Build your Kingdom and Trade Digital Assets through NFTs

Through the gameplay, players can build their kingdom, join alliances, compete against others, and participate in raids. 

If you’re a new player of the League of Kingdoms, you will begin with a primitive kingdom that you will have to upgrade and build. Aside from your inner kingdom, you need to work the lands outside to gather resources so you can expand and grow your army. 

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The gameplay revolves around building your own kingdom, joining alliances, competing against each other and obtaining resources. Credit: League of Kingdoms

The resources available are corn, wood, stone, gold coins and crystals. Players can mine them within the game, earn as rewards on quests or buy them as NFTs. These resources will be key to conquer your rivals and build up influence around the League of Kingdoms blockchain game. Among the resources, crystals are the most important because they can practically boost anything in the game. For example, you can create armies faster or speed up traveling from point A to point B. 

Just like in medieval times, you can build alliances with other kingdoms and improve your chances. Being in an alliance will have benefits and not just in battle but in terms of resource and development rewards. Together, you can amass an army and build defenses before other players are ready to start their conquest.

A DeFi Game with Play to Earn Mechanics 

League of Kingdoms is a free-to-play game so players don’t need to own land to participate in the gaming ecosystem. Meanwhile, players who buy a LAND square become the owner of that LAND NFT token. Thus, it is easy to validate ownership, which paves the way for a governance system where all players can vote for their leaders.

League of Kingdoms Blockchain game NFT LAND Sale

The land parcels are NFTs which can generate passive income in this DeFi game. Credit: League of Kingdoms

Simply put, there are two ways to earn in the game. First, earning passive income by owning land. Every landowner gets 5 percent of the in-game resources harvested by players on their land and 10 percent if the net revenue of in-app purchases made by players in the game is shared with landowners in DAI tokens (USD stable coin).

League of Kingdoms Rewards

Players can earn from the land or by selling resources as NFTs on OpenSea. Credit: League of Kingdoms

In addition, virtual land is also a commodity that players can trade. During the first main land sale in December, the lowest level land cost $13, while level 2 was priced at $25. In total, there were six different land levels and the most expensive one was $240. To illustrate, a land asset valued at $15 ETH generates over $60 in revenue in a month.  When League of Kingdoms grows, more servers will be opened and that revenue amounts potentially multiply. Landowners own the same land coordinates on each server.

The second way to earn is by owning the resources in the game, minting them as NFTs and then selling them on OpenSea. This is specifically targeted at players who do not want to invest money and mint an NFT.

Find out more about the game on its website. If you’re looking for the next game like Clash of Clans – Who knows? You might get hooked!

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