Place/Date: - January 5th, 2018 at 12:02 pm UTC · 2 min read
Looking back, the project was relatively low-profile in its marketing approach compared with many other blockchain ICOs. Despite the low-key approach, Fair.Game managed to raise 20,000 ETH during presale. Due to the overwhelming responses from investors, Fair.Game concluded its presale much earlier than expected and had to change the overall ICO schedule.
Fair.Game ICO was initially scheduled on 8th January of 2018 and expected to last for a month. Due to strong demand, the team revised the starting date to 28th December 2017 and shortened the ICO period to just three days.
As ICO has now been concluded, Fair.Game will allocate fifty percent of tokens to ICO investors, 20% to the development team, 10% to reward pool, and 20% are being held for future developments.
The Fair.Game platform currently has a running Slots games that can be played with both FAIR tokens and ETH. This feature has placed Fair.Game at the forefront of the blockchain gaming race. Most, if not all, of Fair.Game competitors are still in the demo stage.
The team also announced that they are working actively on games such as Roulette and Texas Hold’em. When the latter becomes available, a huge influx of traffic is expected on the platform. The investors believe the next phase of development will make the platform a true world leader in blockchain gaming.
In the long run, Fair.Game will facilitate other crypto tokens to be used as in-game currencies on its platform. An Android and IOS APP will also be developed.