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GuardianLink, a Singapore-based NFT firm, has released the world’s first NFT cricket game, bringing India’s cricket mania to the Metaverse. The game takes place in a “Play-to-Earn (P2E)” environment. The Singapore-based business has positioned it as a “first-of-its-kind game” that is community-driven and allows players to monetize their time and efforts. It is available on Android, iOS, and PC.

Today is the official debut of the game’s website on Following that, cricket fans and NFT collectors can begin putting their names on the waiting list. The in-game assets of NFT can be used to earn awards, drive value, and trade. In the long run, the game will include features that emphasize player ownership, such as NFT real estate, customisable avatars, and a playable metaverse, among other things that will appeal to gamers and cricket lovers alike. GuardianLink is also focusing on developing a marketplace where users may participate in international and gaming NFT drops and exchanges. “Let’s build the world’s largest cricket metaverse together in the web3 world,” the website stated. Here, a user can build their own NFTs, design stadiums, and train the pitches.

“Watching cricket in India has always been a treat for any buff, especially lately, with the new formats,” Ramkumar Subramaniam, co-Founder and CEO of GuardianLink, said at the launch. We believe that now is the right time to announce the debut of India’s first NFT cricket game, which will be a one-of-a-kind offering for any cricket fan. We also want to build India’s first cricket metaverse. Users can play for free or for money, depending on their end aim, which could be pure entertainment or passive income.”

According to GuardianLink, the multiplayer game is expected to attract the attention and support of NFT, gaming, and cricket fans from India and other countries.