The French eSport team Team Vitality has developed a unique web 3.0 program that offers its fans exclusive experiences and rewards.
Through a totally free support-to-earn based ecosystem using the blockchain Thesesfans of Team Vitality who are V.Hive Pass holders were able to get their hands on a V.Hive Egg – Genesis that turned into an NFT avatar. Totally customizable, it is composed of seven parts, namely the skin of the body, the mask, the eyes, the hairs, the antennae, the wings and the mouth. Each body part will have several variations, giving a total of over 700,000 possible combinations, making each avatar unique. Each avatar variation is ranked according to a rarity level, which means that the rarity of each combined part gives an overall rarity score and, therefore, value to the avatar. The rarer the combination of avatar body parts, the higher its value.
THE BEES ARE OUT OF THEIR EGGS 🐝
All avatars are unique and have degrees of rarity 👀
— Vitality Hive (@VitalityHive) September 22, 2022
Mason Edwards, Chief Commercial Officer of the Tezos Foundation, said:
This is an important milestone for Europe’s biggest esports team as the blockchain and gaming industries continue to build a fan- and player-centric future. Team Vitality’s decision to choose the Tezos blockchain as a technical partner is another signal from the established and growing gaming industry that low emissions, scalability and ease of use are key drivers for the next wave of adoption of blockchain technologies. I am delighted to see Team Vitality joining the Tezos community.
For Team Vitality fans who don’t have a V.Hive Pass let alone V.Hive Egg – Genesis, the only way to get an NFT avatar is to buy one from another fan in the secondary market . For the record, each avatar belongs 100% to its holder and serves as a digital identity for Team Vitality fans.
Exclusive NFT Team Vitality avatars for select players
A selection of Team Vitality players are entitled to their own avatars with unique specs like tattoos: apEX et Zyw0o (CS:GO), self made et Carzzy (League of Legends – LEC), Skeanz (League of Legends – LFL), BaddyG et Bonecold (Valorant – VCT), Backup (Rocket League) et RocKy (FIFA).