W3E to host world’s first web3 esports tournament this November in Istanbul

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Web3 gam­ing com­pa­ny W3E will be host­ing the world’s first Web3 e‑sports tour­na­ment on Nov. 17 as a part of  Istan­bul Blockchain Week. The event will occur in Istan­bul between Novem­ber 14 and 17.

The W3E glob­al e‑sports tour­na­ment will take place on the last day of the whole event. The ESA e‑sports are­na will be placed at the cen­ter of the event venue. W3E will also be invit­ing top gamers from Europe and Turkey to form teams and par­tic­i­pate in a live white knuck­le tournament.

Istan­bul Blockchain Week’s founder and CEO Erhan Korhaliller com­ment­ed on the W3E tour­na­ment and said:

“I am incred­i­bly excit­ed to be lead­ing the team putting on the first ever live Web3 Esports tour­na­ment, along­side the first Web3 games expo […] It is a priv­i­lege to have our con­tes­tants play EV.io, and I couldn’t be more proud to wel­come the world to what will be a his­to­ry-mak­ing event in this space.”

Leading game of the event

EV.io is select­ed as the event’s league part­ner and the lead game for the tour­na­ment. The Solana-based first-per­son shoot­ing game is free-to-play and play-to-earn and is one of the most pop­u­lar games on the Solana blockchain.

EV.io con­sists of a set of futur­is­tic are­nas, has a fast-paced style, and offers a vari­ety of dif­fer­ent com­bat styles via a wide range of weapons to choose from. The game was designed to run smooth­ly even with the low­est sys­tem specs so that it can be acces­si­ble and enjoy­able to all players.

Play­ers can play EV.io for free and earn in-game tokens, which can then be con­vert­ed to Solana (SOL) and fiat cur­ren­cies. The game will also pro­duce W3E-brand­ed skins and weapons for play­ers who par­tic­i­pate in the tour­na­ment. The play­ers will be allowed to keep these skins and weapons after the event ends, regard­less of their rank­ing in the game.

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