Splinterlands: Week 48

All onboard the Steem train as we bring about updates from Splinterlands.

Splinterlands is on fire. Over 11 million games were played with cards worth over $4 million. Take a look at one of the most successful crypto games and how Steem has brought it this far.

Game introduction
Splinterlands is a decentralized collectible card game. Similar to popular games like Hearthstone and Magic: the Gathering, players collect various cards to pit them against their opponents. With blockchain technology, players have true ownership of their cards and they can sell them in the in-game market anytime they want.

Weekly Statistics
Average Number of daily players: 3307
Average number of daily users only transacting: 323
Tournament Entrants: 627 per day/ 4389 for the week
Number of ranked matches played: 40,118 per day/ 280,826 for the week
Tournament Prizes Awarded (to date): $75,201!!! (A huge milestone of breaking $75k)
New Daily User All-Time High: 3801 (players and traders)
Market Volume: Over 62k Steem traded between players so far in December. November totaled 391k Steem.

Highlights of the week

State of the Splinterlands: Here, Aggroed, one of the founders talks about the recent Untamed release.


Card updates and news 

Rewards Cards nearing the end of their print run
  • Sacred Unicorn
  • Daria Dragonscale
  • Sea Genie
  • Rusty Android
  • Highland Archer
  • Vampire
  • Divine Sorceress
  • Skeletal Warrior
  • Javelin Thrower
  • Crystal Werewolf
  • Prismatic Energy
  • Ruler of the Seas

Deck combo to try out
Last week our Battle Challenge focused on the Death Splinter. Here are a couple of great posts explaining how and why to use Death in battle:

“A Deadly Encounter” deathmatch between 2 death splinters


Review of the Death Team:


Play of the week

In case you missed these great pieces:

Full Steem Ahead with Splinterlands: Week 47

ShardTalk Exclusive: Interview with Blair “Aggroed” Reich, CEO of Splinterlands.



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