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RE: Introducing TeamShare - Splinterlands Deck Sharing Service

in MonsterMarketlast year (edited)

This is interesting. The first time I read this, I thought about Richard Tyler Blevins aka Ninja
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ninja_(video_game_player)

There are many professional video game players, and even guilds these days. I have supported a few myself. This is the first time I have seen the concept on a blockchain based game.

  1. There are skilled players
  2. There are superlative card deck (owners)

This process likely bridges the gap, and takes the game to the next level; beyond renting. This is a good business model, let us see how well you run it :)

Because that's the tricky part.

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Yes, you are absolutely correct. We understand that management would be the toughest part of this but we are confident. Most of the tasks are handled by a bot in the background, though some are purposefully kept manual so that we can understand how to improve the service.

Ninja (video game player)
Richard Tyler Blevins (born June 5, 1991), better known by his online alias Ninja, is an American streamer, YouTuber, professional gamer, and Internet personality.
Blevins had gotten his start into streaming through participating in several esports teams in competitive play for Halo 3, but his popularity started to increase when he and a lot of other streamers began playing Fortnite Battle Royale in October 2017; and when Fortnite blew up into the mainstream in early 2018, Blevins’ popularity took off. Blevins’ increase in popularity fed back to help make Fortnite more popular. Prior to retiring his Twitch profile of streaming in favor of Mixer on August 1, 2019, Blevins had over 14 million followers and was the most-followed active Twitch channel.