Binance Reports 21M Active Players and 900K NFT Holders on Thetan Arena: Bots or Real People?

Indeed, the number is huge, although people are sceptical about the estimations.

In just a half year period, Thetan Arena has managed to become not only the biggest MOBA on blockchain, but also one of the biggest play-to-earn games around.  

Recently, the Binance Smart Chain published a post in their official blog, in which they reported that Thetan Arena had estimated 21 million active players and 900,000 holders of the game’s NFTs.  

Indeed, the number is huge, though people are sceptical about the estimations. Journalist Wu Blockchain was one of many to claim that many of those were most likely bots: 

In regards to the price of the game’s native token, there has been a prevalent bear cycle since November and the asset is expected to return to its starting price of $1.3 soon, after a peak of $20. Therefore, the question stands as to whether the crypto can perform badly while the game is allegedly gaining more and more users.  

 

Check out other news on Thetan Arena here:  

Thetan Arena Introduces Hero Rental Mechanic 

Find out more about the features of the MOBA genre on blockchain here:

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