Brave, the privacy-centric browser, has partnered with one of the top crypto card games, Splinterlands. The partnership would see both the companies advertise for each other and collaborate on marketing initiatives. Splinterlands game would integrate Brave’s native token allowing players on its platform to earn credit using BAT tokens while Brave will promote the crypto game on its browser.
Brave will become the official browser for the crypto card game Splinterlands, which is a blockchain-based game built on the Hive Network (moved from Steem). The marketing campaign would also suggest Brave users try the popular card game. Along with becoming the official web browser for the game, the privacy-centric browser will also advertise the crypto game showing ads to users who have opted for the option.
Brave made the partnership official and tweeted about the same from it’s Twitter handle, saying,
We’re excited to announce a partnership with @splinterlands, the most played game on blockchain. The Brave browser is the official browser of Splinterlands, & users can spend their @AttentionToken directly in the game to purchase Credits for packs & cards. https://t.co/6a3gPG7hRi
— Brave Software (@brave) October 19, 2020
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