RealFevr Begins Alpha Game Test

The game’s early testers dropped some positive feedback moments after launch.

RealFevr Begins Alpha Game Test

The Alpha testing for RealFevr’s FEVR Battle Arena game has started. Following the launch of the test version, the Non-fungible Token (NFT) GameFi project received solid feedback from its community. 

RealFevr opened the whitelist for the Alpha testing of its GameFi product in January. As reported by BSC News, only 40 selected users would run initial tests on the FEVR Battle Arena game. RealFevr, on February 16th, announced that the selected users had started testing the game. 

“The Alpha testing phase has started. Our selected group of testers has entered the arena and for the next weeks, they will be dueling in the first version of the game. We appreciate their valiant efforts in this endless pursuit of constant improvement,” tweeted RealFevr. 


As stated earlier, RealFevr received positive feedback from the game’s early testers. The PlayToEarn (P2E) protocol, on February 18th, thanked the group of testers for their suggestions after two days of gameplay. 

“The first 48 hours to test the Alpha version of the #P2E game have passed in a flash! The feedback so far has been amazing and we’re grateful for all the suggestions and help provided by this amazing group of testers! The future looks promising,” RealFevr’s tweet read. 

BSC News reached out to RealFevr for comment and was told that a more comprehensive assessment of the alpha will be released shortly. For the time being, RealFevr is excited by the early reactions from the gaming community. 

What is RealFevr? 

RealFevr takes a multipronged approach to football fandom. It began as a fantasy football application in 2015 and has over 2.5 million downloads with 1.2 million registered users. The protocol is now releasing the first-ever Football Video NFTs Marketplace, powered by Binance Smart Chain. The protocol uses their $FEVR token as a Web 3.0 gateway to football’s greatest moments. The protocol is also a lending and borrowing protocol for fans to buy, sell, and profit from their collectibles.   

Where to Find RealFevr:

Website | Twitter | Telegram | YouTube | Telegram (News)

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