HONG KONG / MALAYSIA - KSports Lab (“KSL”), the developer of KS Football, a pioneering blockchain sport battle game that is reinventing the collectible cards experience for football (soccer) fans announces its collaboration with ProximaX and the use of XPX as a new currency in the game.
KS Football has a simple and exciting entertainment gameplay based on auctions, trades, and battles. Players are invited to build a portfolio of digital illustrated sport cards which are loaded onto the blockchain as tokenized contracts. Each card is a unique illustration inspired from a team or player of major football leagues. Game players earn rewards from the performance of card counterparts during the football season. Cards can be acquired through weekly auctions, trading, and giveaway sessions. In addition, players can challenge each other in battles based on a card counterpart’s live games. During battles, players can steal opponent card tokens and earn points to rank well on the leaderboard while receiving fun and collector rewards.
KS Football also proposes an innovative marketplace to trade card tokens. The platform enables football fans to become "shareholders” of a card linked to their favourite team while earning part of the rewards based on the team’s performance.
Under this collaboration, KS Football which was originally built on the NEM v1 blockchain, will be migrating their solution to the ProximaX Sirius platform which is developed on top of the Sirius Catapult blockchain, a second iteration of the original NEM blockchain. At the same time, XPX, the native token of the ProximaX blockchain project will be added in KS Football’s games.
Fred Saurat, co-founder of KSL says, “XPX will be integrated as a major currency in the game, alongside BTC, ETH, BNB, and fiat currency, as we are confident about the rapid growth of the ProximaX community. I believe that ProximaX can be used in the game industry to provide solutions that platforms like Ethereum hitherto are not able to offer. This collaboration is the first of many to come and we are already looking at building more solutions together for games and e-sport.”
The nature of card collecting hobby places high priority on the authenticity and intrinsic value that comes with each card. With KS Football’s first-mover effort, the original artwork inspired by a club or player will be digitally and immutably linked to one single contract on the blockchain. Each card is therefore uniquely preserved and fetches a premium.
“KSL’s use of blockchain technology is certainly revolutionizing the collectible cards gaming experience. We are confident that with their vision and the use of our ProximaX solution stack, they will ultimately be a leader in this industry and we are excited to be part of this journey. ProximaX will be fully committed to making this happen” says founder and CEO of ProximaX, Lon Wong.
About Ksports Lab
Founded in 2018, KSports Lab is the creator of the KS Game platform and KS Football, the game pilot. KSL technology brings blockchain benefits to PC and mobile games while providing a new exciting experience to collectible cards fans. The company has built and continues to develop blockchain solutions for tokenized assets auction and trading, multi-currency (crypto and fiat) payments, tokenization of game credits, management of digital assets via a stable coin and other tools which will structure the future of online games.
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ProximaX is a next-generation Integrated and Distributed Ledger Technology (“IaDLT”) infrastructure development platform powered by blockchain technology. Known as ProximaX Sirius, this platform is comprised of off-chain, peer-to-peer storage, streaming, database, and blockchain layers in an all-in-one, easy-to-use development platform. Users of this platform may elect to use the various layers of the ProximaX Sirius development platform in a private, public, or hybrid environment.
The immense flexibility and breadth of use cases of the ProximaX Sirius development platform include, but are not limited to, KYC processes, business continuity, video streaming, health, identity, IoT devices and robotics, big data applications, records and reporting systems, traceability, legal and notary services, land registry, trade finance, workforce collaboration, messaging, and supply chain management.