Splinterlands announces exclusive mint with OpenSea

The partnership paves the way for the play-to-win crypto game's inaugural drop on the Ethereum blockchain.

Blockchain online collectable card game Splinterlands has announced a partnership with American NFT marketplace OpenSea to create an exclusive NFT mint for its new ‘Runi’ series.

The Runi series is already obtainable to mint on the platform and its unique NFTs will be available for in-game use as a playable card in its play-to-win (P2W) crypto game.

The exclusive mint launched on Wednesday, November 2 and was accessible to OpenSea users with allow list spots only.

The general mint sale is available from Wednesday, November on OpenSea’s website with 6500 Runi mint spots on sale for $500 USD in ETH.

With a mutual interest in blockchain technology, the partnership aims to expand Splinterland’s reach into a wider cryptocurrency market, immersing OpenSea further into the GameFi community.

Both companies are hoping to expand into the Web 3.0 space and boost their exposure to a more mainstream audience.

Splinterlands co-founder and CEO Jesse ‘Aggroed’ Reich said: “I'm ecstatic. OpenSea is such an enormous player in the Web3 vertical, and the company has done so much to bring the power of blockchain technology to the public consciousness.

“We're excited to bring Splinterlands into the OpenSea ecosystem in such a direct way and to cross-pollinate our user bases. It's a perfect partnership that will serve our mutual desire to see more people get excited about the incredible possibilities of our industry. We couldn't ask for a better partner for the launch of Runi.”

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Written by Isabella Aslam


Isabella is an experienced writer in B2B and B2C journalism. Alongside crypto, Isabella writes and discusses the topics of relationships and psychology. Isabella holds a first-class degree in music journalism and often interviews electronic artists and DJs.

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