Find friends, connect with them and participate in peer-to-peer matchmaking, create teams, livestream and produce digital content. There are more than 400 million gamers in the world, but only a few teams generate income from their eSports activities. Amateur gamers have no way of monetizing their gaming experience or clear mediums to be a part of the professional eSports scene. Cubiex solves this issue, being the first decentralized social network tailored to the needs of gamers.
A unique platform that enables gamers to find friends, connect with them, create teams and participate in peer-to-peer matchmaking matches over tokens. Creating digital content, such as articles, blogs, and videos, is rewarded with cryptocurrency. With additional services such as livestreaming and virtual in-game items trading, Cubiex provides the most significant range of services in the market.
On Cubiex, gamers can search for similar minded eSports enthusiasts and connect with them. Users can search by geographic area, interests, skill level which allows players to create and find teams in their vicinity. An instant messaging app, which allows for group chats, will help promote interactivity between users.
The crypto battle challenger will feature the following games: Counter-Strike Global Offensive, Player Unknown Battlegrounds, Dota 2 and Fortnite initially. Cubiex will deliver a web-based platform and a desktop client of the crypto battle challenger. The first game to be integrated into the crypto battle challenger will be CS:GO, allowing 50 million gamers to compete for tokens.