However, CasinoLand has pushed back the event to a yet undisclosed date. According to an official Tweet published on CasinoLand.Network's Twitter, handle @casinoland_net, the company would work on “improving the quality” before it proceeds with the launch.
The new private sale will occur at a “suitable time,” CasinoLand informed interested parties. The announcement came with a blog post in which the company detailed further details about what the private sale was and why it had to be deferred to a later date.
CasinoLand argues that a private sale would lead to a better user experience on the network. While the platform initially relied on DEX-like swapping solution, CasinoLand quickly realized that it would need an additional update to deliver the quality it would expect from a product itself.
Delivering an upgrade would require time, CasinoLand explained, and pushing the private sale date to a later date was the responsible thing to do. Users will however get an update and a tutorial on when the new private sale would take place and how to participate. The date will be revealed “soon,” the blog update said.
As an online gaming platform, CasinoLand is operating in an industry that is already dominated by established names that have the same player-focus as does CasinoLand. Bitcasino.io, which has just won two trophies from the EGR Awards is one similar project.
Yet, CasinoLand has the trappings to establish itself in the blockchain gaming space so long as it's prepared to follow through with its promises.