Plair announces launch of alpha version of gaming platform
Plair has released its new alpha iteration this week
Built on top of the VeChain, Plair has announced its new closed alpha made up of 1,200 testers.
It’s not every day that a development team seeks to combine features of Steam, Discord, and Twitch into a single platform. But, after months in production, Plair has announced that it will be doing just that with its new gaming platform.
According to the Plair team, the launch of its alpha will consist of 1,200 registered testers stress-testing and bug-hunting on this early iteration. The incentive for them is a piece of a prize pool of over 250m PLA tokens, the platforms native currency.
While this is an early version, with the full platform forecasted for release in December 2021. This version provides players with an early opportunity to experience competitive 1v1 competitions in popular PC titles.
Unlike other platforms, Plair leverages the VeChain for its decentralized gaming experience. In addition to leveraging it, VeChain is taking an active role in incubating Plair, allowing it to grow within the blockchain’s ecosystem with the support of the VeChain Foundation.
Check out some of in-demo footage right here.