Mighty Bear Games is giving freebie NFTs for its upcoming Web3 title

The Singapore-based company wants to reward royal NFT holders by making an admission list.
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Singapore-based Mighty Bear Games is handing out free MightyNet Genesis Pass NFTs for its upcoming Web3 game Mighty Action Heroes to 25,000 people with crypto wallets and registered for the Mighty Bear Games’ admission list.

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Mighty Bear games want to reward NFT holders by setting some rules for the giveaway. Simon Davis, CEO of Mighty Bear Games, said the company intends to gain loyal community members and benefit from the NFTs. The admission list includes long-term holders of NFTs instead of traders. MightyNet Genesis Pass assigned admission lists are available for players of the company’s past games, including CryptoPunk, Bored Ape Yacht Club, CloneX, Moonbirds, and Cool Cats.

MightyNet Genesis Pass holders can claim rewards and NFTs for Mighty Action Heroes, multiplayer third-person Web3 arena battler which will be released at the end of the year. Genesis pass also grants access to the MightyNet ecosystem with private Discord channels, premium customer support, and exclusive in-game perks like skins and cosmetics.

Simon Davis, CEO of Mighty Bear Games said:

“At Mighty Bear, we believe Web3 has the potential to change gaming forever, both through the player ownership model and the power of rapidly growing communities. Community is everything in Web3 and this is our way of contributing to it by providing the best, most influential and most competitive gamers with something to come together.”

A few months ago, Mighty Bear Games raised $10 million from token sales to fund Mighty Action Heroes. Managed by Framework Ventures, the in-game token sale tour was accompanied by many participants such as Mirana, Sfermion, Spartan, Dune Ventures, Polygon, Ready Player DAO, and Razer.

Mighty Bear Games has experienced founders who have worked in big companies such as King, Lucasarts, Disney, Gameloft, and Ubisoft in the past.


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