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Gfinity Esports Australia partners with Incent to bring cryptocurrency rewards to the Elite Series!

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Want to be rewarded for watching the Elite Series this season? Well we have you covered thanks to our innovative friends at Incent who have partnered with Gfinity Esports Australia to build the world’s first live broadcasting rewards platform powered by cryptocurrency and blockchain technology.

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It’s simple, you’re rewarded for doing what you love! All you need to do is sign-up with Incent, tune in to the Elite Series this season to catch unique ‘Drop Codes’ displayed throughout the broadcast, then enter that code into this website and be rewarded with INCNT!

It’s a simple, free and easy way to gain cryptocurrency that is yours to keep for as long as you want.

So what is INCNT?

INCNT is a cryptocurrency. The name is an abbreviation of Incent Currency and is used the same way we use AUD for Australian Dollar. INCNT is a global cryptocurrency that can be exchanged in many different ways. You can send your INCNT to other users, use it as payment in select stores (coming soon), and even exchange it for other currency! For more information on Incent, check out their website at www.incentloyalty.com

Gfinity Esports Australia CEO Dominic Remond observes, this deal will take the company and with it whole esports industry on an entirely new journey. “Esports and blockchain are a natural fit and we look forward to working with Incent at the vanguard of this exciting new trend in entertainment and sport, where fans and players will be able to interact and share value in an entirely new way.”

Tune in from Nov 3 to Dec 16 to the Elite Series on;

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Channel Eleven (Rocket League Only) 

 

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