The racing management game F1 Delta Time is popular among blockchain gaming investors. So far gamers and investors have bought 1935 crates, generating over 254 thousand dollars. As a result F1 Delta Time is the third biggest blockchain game in terms of revenue.
Currently only Cryptovoxels and Decentraland have generated more revenue in the past seven days. With its current numbers F1 Delta Time managed to push Gods Unchained into fourth place.
In total there are 6500 crates available, which means less than thirty percent sold so far. If Animoca Brands manages to sell all their crates, they will have generated 605 thousand dollars.
In each of the crates, players will find car items and potentially even a driver or a car. Gamers can buy crates in different rarities, and higher rarities provide better items. For example, a legendary Max Verstappen character is listed on OpenSea for 15 ETH, which equals more than 3300 dollars.
Animoca Brands is happy with the results of the crate sale so far. Every time the team sells a certain number of crates, they will give a racing car with the apex rarity to a random buyer. Each crate sold represents a certain number of raffle tickets. The first raffle will start when investors and gamers have bought 2000 F1 Delta Time crates.
Before this crate sale Animoca Brands already sold for over 200 thousand dollars worth of digital collectibles, calculated based on the value of ETH at the time of the auction. Besides the auctions of these one-of-a-kind digital collectibles, Animoca Brands has also been selling cars and car parts. The total earnings on the sales of these digital items is obviously much higher.
What is F1 Delta Time?
F1 Delta Time is one of the officially licensed sports games from Animoca Brands. In this blockchain game players can collect virtual cars, drivers and car parts. Players can sell or trade these with other gamers. This element of digital collecting is already live, but we’re still waiting for the actual gameplay.
Competitive racing will be a core element of F1 Delta Time. Each car has characteristics unique to the vehicle. Acceleration, grip, top speed, and luck are the elements that will influence the car’s performance. Whether gameplay will happen from a first person perspective, third person perspective or bird’s view has not yet been revealed.
F1 Delta Time will launch in the Spring of 2020.